Welcome to the Young Mathematicians Network. We are an association of mathematicians and math enthusiasts including:
- High school students,
- College undergraduates,
- Graduate students,
- Post docs,
- Junior faculty, and
- Other young professionals
Our group aims to address issues facing these groups and provide assistance through:
- the sharing of ideas and advice,
- networking, and
We will accomplish this through:
- The development and maintenance of a welcoming online community through this website and our listserve,
- Seminars, presentations and panels at national conferences including the Joint Mathematics Meeting and Math Fest, and
- Other programming and events coordinated by our membership
You are welcome to post articles, comments, and of course, questions on this site so long as they pertain to the mission of this association, they are expressed with care and respect for all readers, and they are not meant to solicit money or sell a product (unless you have the expressed consent of the YMN Editorial Board). The YMN Editorial Board reserves the right to remove posts that do not follow these guidelines and, if necessary, prohibit certain users from posting anywhere on the site.
Officers of the YMN
- Jacob White, Editor
- Kristine Roinestad, Assistant Editor
- Ralucca Gera, Honorary Past Editor
- Tom Wakefield, Secretary
- Nick Scoville, Treasurer
- Kristi Meyer, Conference Liaison
- Spencer Sims, Webmaster
- Gwyn Whieldon, Webmaster
Join us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/64483305086/
This is an interesting article about the STEM crisis, I thought you might like to read:
yet another point of view on this topic:
Is there a linkedin group?
We do have a https://www.facebook.com/groups/64483305086/.
Our editorial board had decided to form a facebook group, as it was the most commonly used social networking site. Few of our members are on LinkedIn, although we are open to the possibility of forming a linkedin group in the future.
There is currently no linkedin group. If we create one, we will post the information on this site.
Kristine Roinestad (Associate Editor)
Here is an interesting article titled “Why Do Americans Stink at Math?”
BY ELIZABETH GREEN
The Common Core should finally improve math education. The problem is that no one has taught the teachers how to teach it.
I would like to join YMN because I can see it is interesting to me