The program on the campus of American University in Washington, DC will have a three-pronged approach:
Students will participate in research seminars in mathematics, probability and statistics in which research projects will be investigated in teams. Each team will write a final paper discussing their results and give an oral presentation.
There will be an intensive seven-week course emphasizing proofs and problem solving with workshops and daily homework consisting of modules that will include Combinatorics, and Modeling the Spread of Infectious and Non-Infectious Diseases (Statistics).
Most weeks will have a day devoted to professional and career development, enhancing the students' view of the mathematical world.
Both programs run Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. Students must participate in all activities.