The MGB-SIAM Early Career (MSEC) Fellowship recognizes the achievements of early career applied mathematicians–particularly those belonging to racial and ethnic groups historically excluded from the mathematical sciences in the United States—and provides support for professional activities and career development. The MSEC Fellowship reflects a joint commitment by Mathematically Gifted & Black (MGB) and SIAM to promote long-term engagement of MSEC Fellows within SIAM and continued success within the wider applied mathematics and computational sciences community.
An MSEC Fellowship will allow for multiple opportunities to network within the SIAM community. These may include, but are not limited to, special thematic luncheons, professional development workshops and organization, committee shadowing, cohort-specific activities, as well as formal and informal mentoring.
Each year, a cohort of 5-8 MSEC Fellowships will be awarded, with a Fellowship duration of three (3) years.
MSEC Fellows will:
Kyle DahlinUniversity of Georgia
Ranthony A.C. Edmonds
The Ohio State University
Samy Wu FungColorado School of Mines
Nicole D. Jackson
Sandia National Laboratories
Reginald L. McGee II
College of the Holy Cross
Texas State University
Joan PonceUniversity of California
Ludovic TangpiPrinceton University
Virginia Commonwealth University