The AMS-Simons Research Enhancement Grants for Primarily Undergraduate Institution (PUI) Faculty are provided by the American Mathematical Society and the Simons Foundation to support the research activities of mathematicians employed full-time at primarily undergraduate institutions (PUIs), i.e., those that do not award doctoral degrees in mathematics. The AMS is committed to selecting a diverse group of researchers from PUIs in the USA, from small liberal arts colleges to large public universities with master’s (but not doctoral) mathematics degree programs. Additionally, to be eligible, applicants must have earned a PhD degree at least five years before the start of the grant. The award provides 3000 USD per year for 3 years to research-related activities and each year, the awardee’s institution will receive $300 for administrative costs, and the awardee’s department will receive $300 in discretionary funds.
Applications close on March 20, 2023.