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The purpose of the Karen EDGE Fellowship Program is to support and enhance the research
programs and collaborations of mid-career mathematicians who are underrepresented minorities.

Eligibility: Fellowships are available to mid-career mathematicians employed in full-time
positions in the U.S. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a Ph.D. or
equivalent who are underrepresented minorities. Mathematicians of any gender identity are

Funding: The award consists of $8,000 per year for three years. Valid expenses include travel
by the Fellow, the Fellow‘s graduate students, or the Fellow‘s collaborators for the purpose of
advancing the proposed research project, scientific computing, supplies, books, and professional
memberships. Teaching buyouts or salary supplements are not permitted.

The $8,000 includes funds to support one trip to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton
(travel only; the Institute will provide local expenses) to meet Karen Uhlenbeck and members of
the IAS community.

Applications are due February 15, 2023
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