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The programs at Georgetown 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 theoretical (e.g. statistical methods for dispersed count data) and applied (e.g. 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.
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