Enhancing the Mathematical Sciences Workforce in the 21st Century
National Science Foundation, Division of Mathematical Sciences
The long-range goal of the EMSW21 program is to increase the number of well-prepared U.S. citizens, nationals, and permanent residents who pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and in other NSF-supported disciplines. EMSW21 tries to do this with three separate components: The Vertical Integration of Research and Education (VIGRE) program supports activities that involve the entire department and span the entire spectrum of educational levels from undergraduates through postdoctoral associates; Research Training Groups (RTG) support the training activities of a group of faculty who have a common research interest; Mentoring through Critical Transition Points (MCTP) involves a larger group of faculty but focuses on specified stages in the professional development of the trainees.
Algebraic Geometry - Research Training Grant (RTG)
- below, there is a link pdf called RTGsummary. should this be with other funding opportunities? (which themselves are not consolidated)
- then some links to pages which list students who have recceived this grant. funding resources are generally found under UG or GR channels, or if they are under Resources, they are more clearly delineated "Funding Opprtunities" or some such.
Geometry, Topology and Dynamics - Research Training Grant (RTG)
- see above comments; same deal here.
It appears that much of the content is from 2009 or before in many places.