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AMS Fellowships and Scholarships

Looking to expand your skills or support research? The AMS administers or supports several fellowship programs. The AMS also tracks Other Sources of Support.

AAAS-AMS Mass Media Fellowships

In affiliation with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the AMS sponsors ten-week fellowships for graduate students in mathematics to work fulltime over the summer as reporters, researchers, and production assistants in U.S. mass media organizations -- radio and TV stations, newspapers, and magazines.

AMS-AAAS Congressional Fellowship

The Fellow will spend the year working on the staff of a member of Congress or a congressional committee as a special legislative assistant in policy areas requiring scientific and technical input. The program includes an orientation on congressional and executive branch operations and a year-long seminar series on issues involving science, technology, and public policy.

American Mathematical Society Centennial Fellowships

The AMS Centennial Research Fellowship Program makes awards annually to outstanding mathematicians to help further their careers in research. A recipient of the fellowship shall have held his or her doctoral degree for at least three years and not more than twelve years at the inception of the award (that is, received between September 1, 1999 and September 1, 2008). Applications will be accepted from those currently holding a tenured, tenure-track, postdoctoral, or comparable (at the discretion of the selection committee) position at an institution in North America.

Waldemar J. Trjitzinsky Memorial Awards

The Society received a bequest from the estate of Waldemar J., Barbara G., and Juliet Trjitzinsky, the income from which is used to assist students who have declared a major in mathematics at a college or university that is an institutional member of the AMS. These funds help support students who lack adequate financial resources and who may be in danger of not completing the degree program in mathematics for financial reasons. Each year the Society selects a number of geographically distributed schools which in turn make one-time awards to beginning mathematical students to help them pursue careers in mathematics. The amount of each scholarship is currently US$3,000, and the number of scholarships awarded each year varies.  The AMS chooses the institutions independently and no applications from institutions or individuals are accepted.