Neil Sloane provides fascinating examples of integer sequences and related unsolved problems.
Srikanth B. Iyengar, Sarah Witherspoon, and Abdul-Aziz Yakubu have kindly provided introductions to their Invited Addresses for the AMS Fall Western Sectional taking place October 27–28 at San Francisco State University.
The purpose of the Geometry Labs United network is to foster community, promote research, provide mentoring experiences, and disseminate mathematics beyond the boundaries of the university. This collaborative article highlights some of the next generation researchers, projects, and developments coming out of the GLU.
A one-stop shop for the JMM Program; Timetable; Map of Baltimore; and JMM 2019 Registration Forms.
Robert L. Bryant talks with Juan Meza about the NSF’s desire to promote partnerships with industry and supporters of basic scientific research; increasing participation of under-represented minorities in the STEM workforce; and the NSF’s 10 BIG IDEAS initiative.
Carl Mummert offers a book review of John Stillwell's monograph on aspects of reverse mathematics.
Ahead of JMM 2019, on January 14–15, 2019, a two-day short course, organized by Pablo Parrilo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Rekha Thomas, University of Washington, will be held offering six introductory lectures on the theory of SOS polynomials and their applications. Here, the six speakers present snapshots of their lectures on the many aspects of sum of squares techniques and their interconnections.
The AMS Employment Center offers a convenient, safe, and practical meeting place for employers from academia, business, and government to meet with PhD-level job seekers attending the Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM). Information on the 2019 Employment Center in Baltimore can be found in this article.