• Have You Seen Our Blog?

    The Math Values blog from the Mathematical Association of America explores the diverse voices of mathematics to bring you thought-provoking articles, informative content and practical ideas, reflecting the MAA’s values of inclusivity, community, teaching and learning, and communication.
  • Don't Miss Your Fall Section Meetings!

    EPaDel - November 5, Pennsylvania State University - Berks

    Indiana - October 22, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

    Iowa - September 30-October 1, Coe College

    Maryland/DC/Virginia - November 4-5, Shenandoah University

    New Jersey - October 22, Atlantic Cape Community College

    North Central - October 14-15, University of North Dakota - Grand Forks

    Northeastern - November 18-19, Keene State College

    Ohio - October 28-29, Cedarville University

    Seaway - October 28-29, Siena College

  • MAA MathFest Invited Addresses

    Invited address speakers are experts in the mathematical sciences who are invited and selected by committee to present at MAA MathFest. Each presenter will share their stories and expertise for 50 minutes with attendees.
  • MAA MathFest Sessions for Graduate Students

    Graduate students are welcome at MAA MathFest! MathFest Registration

    Check out programming designed for graduate students to enhance their knowledge and explore career options in the mathematical sciences.

  • Workshops at MAA MathFest

    The workshop model combines direct instruction with hands-on and student-centered learning opportunities. The workshop begins with a mini-lesson, followed by a block of time devoted to small group learning. More information at Workshops at MAA MathFest 2022
  • Preparing for Industrial Careers in the Mathematical Sciences (PIC Math) Showcases

    PIC Math prepares mathematical sciences students for industrial careers by engaging them in research problems that come directly from industry. Those interested can attend this and other sessions by registering via MathFest Registration
  • Questions and Responses with the MAA Board of Directors

    Come meet your board members and other MAA members, ask any questions you may have, and perhaps hear some responses to questions you didn’t know you had! Saturday, August 6 at MAA MathFest.
  • Minicourses at MAA MathFest

    Minicourses are highly interactive sessions designed in a two-part workshop format focusing on specific aspects of collegiate mathematics, the undergraduate curriculum, and mathematical pedagogy. These courses are taught by experts in the field, with two hours dedicated to each section. Those interested can still sign up via MathFest Registration
  • Student Poster Session at MAA MathFest 2022

    Stop by the Undergraduate Student Poster Session, Research in Motion, at MAA MathFest 2022 in Philadelphia, PA. The session will feature over 70 examples of research currently in progress and take place on Friday, August 5 in Franklin Hall A. Open viewing times will be from 10-11:00 am.

    Those interested in judging the event can still sign up to do so via your MathFest registration.
  • View the MAA 2021 Impact Report Now

    We are extremely excited to announce our 2021 Impact Report. The report highlights our accomplishments in the year 2021, MAA’s impact on the society of mathematics, and how we continued to thrive through COVID-19. We appreciate the opportunity to share the stories of the many people who contribute to our mission and benefit our community. Visit the online report for all of our stories of success with this link:

  • Community Libraries are Getting an Upgrade

    Starting today, the resource Libraries across all communities will have a new, more modern look and feel. All your content and your organization structure will still be there, just with a bit of a facelift. To help you navigate the new setup, we’ve created a comprehensive overview of the Libraries, which you can find either here or on our Help page. If you still have any questions after reading through the document, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
  • Summer Employment Options with the Mathematical Olympiad Program

    Undergraduate summer employment at Carnegie Mellon University is available with the MAA Mathematical Olympiad Program (MOP). The MOP is a four-week summer school for extremely talented high school students from around the world. 

    There are two positions available, that of Resident Director and Resident Assistant. Both positions run June 5-29, 2022.
  • Join the HOM SIGMAA on May 4th!

    HOMSIGMAA's First Wednesdays Spring 2022 Virtual Speaker Series continues May 4th at 4 PM pacific/7 PM eastern with a talk by Abe Edwards (Michigan State University) on "The Italian Job: Bonaventura Cavalieri's Geometria Indivisibilibus and calculus in early 17th century Italy." Interested individuals can join via zoom here: ( Meeting ID: 867 6098 7474, Passcode: 794934.
  • Call for Submissions: Student Poster Session

    Attention all undergraduate students: applications for the MathFest Student Poster Session are now open! If you have research you would like to present, please submit your abstract information for consideration. The deadline to apply is June 8.
  • All Members Community now Peer-Moderated

    When this community began, staff moderators reviewed every post before allowing it to be viewed by the community at large. Now, to allow for more free-flowing conversations, we have changed that. Discussions and library entries for this community are now peer-moderated and may be flagged for review by any member who feels the content is inappropriate or violates the terms of use. Items in moderation will not appear publicly again until approved by a staff administrator.

    To mark a post for admin review, click on the drop-down arrow on the top right of the individual post and select "Mark as Inappropriate." The post will be removed from view until a staff member reviews the content and makes a judgement on whether to re-allow the post based on the MAA Code of Conduct and MAA Connect Terms & Conditions. We hope this change in functionality will serve your conversations well by allowing them to continue in real-time. Happy posting!
  • MAA Committee Nominations Open

    MAA carries out its mission through its 100 committees – everything from selecting award recipients to developing policy recommendations. Support the dedicated work of MAA’s committees by nominating yourself or a colleague to serve as a committee member!

    Nominations are accepted on an ongoing basis, so submit yours today!
  • MathFest Registration Now Open!

    Registration for MathFest 2022 is now open! We will be in-person at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Wednesday, August 3 - Saturday, August 6, 2022. Registration fees range from $154 - $694, with virtual options also available for those unable to join us in Philadelphia. Register now!
  • Thank You to Our MAA Board of Directors

    The Mathematical Association of America is excited to welcome the new members of its Board of Directors, and expresses its sincere gratitude to the outgoing officers and members of the Board of Directors for their dedication to the association, community, and mathematics. We are thankful for their service and leadership.

    Incoming Officers:

    • President-Elect, Hortensia Soto
    • Vice President, Adriana Salerno
    • Associate Secretary, Nancy Neudauer
    • Secretary, Cynthia Wyels
    • Chair of Congress, Edray Goins

    Outgoing Officers:

    • Immediate Past President, Michael Dorff
    • Vice President, April Strom
    • Associate Secretary, Hortensia Soto
    • Secretary, James Sellers
    • Chair of Congress, Tim Chartier
  • A Warm Welcome to MAA FOCUS's New Editor!

    New FOCUS Editor

    The MAA is pleased to welcome Allison Henrich as the new editor-elect of MAA FOCUS, and expresses its sincere gratitude to Jacqueline Jensen-Vallin, who has served as the editor of MAA FOCUS for nearly seven years. Henrich is a two-time recipient of the MAA Halmos-Ford Award for expository excellence, and also received the MAA Henry L. Alder Award for excellence in teaching in 2015. We are extremely grateful to both women for their service to the MAA community and are excited to see what the future holds for MAA FOCUS.
  • MAA's Virtual Programming is Back!

    We are thrilled to announce another season of MAA Virtual Programming! Over 700 of you attended our inaugural year of programs, and this season, we're bringing you dynamic events on topics ranging from sports analytics to faculty recruitment. Check out our full schedule and register today!
  • Applications Open for Editor of The College Mathematics Journal

    You are invited to make an impact in the mathematical community! Consider applying to be the next editor of The College Mathematics Journal. The search committee is accepting applications through February 28, 2022.  Find out more information here.