Committee on the Profession

  • Summary of Committee Charge
    The Committee is to take a long range view of and provide major direction for Society activities on issues of a broad professional nature. Areas of concern include: human rights of mathematicians, employment issues and opportunities, professional development, increasing participation at all levels of under-represented groups, recognition and awards, membership and member services, professional ethics and responsibilities, and increased communication and cooperation with other disciplines.
  • Full Committee Charge

Membership

Next meeting

Saturday, September 15 and Sunday September 16, 2018
Hilton Chicago O'Hare Airport
Chicago, Illinois 60666

Mathematics Programs That Make a Difference:

In the fall of each year, the Committee on the Profession reviews nominations for these awards.

For Department Leaders

The AMS Committee on the Profession provides a series of information statements relating to the evaluation of mathematicians. The goal of this series of statements on the culture of research and scholarship in mathematics is to highlight the ways in which the traditions in mathematics may differ from those in other disciplines, especially other sciences and engineering.

In 2004, the AMS Committee on the Profession decided to create a series of information statements relating to the evaluation of mathematicians. The goal of this series of statements on the culture of research and scholarship in mathematics is to highlight the ways in which the traditions in mathematics differ from those in other disciplines, especially other sciences and engineering.

Staff Contacts

T. Christine Stevens
American Mathematical Society
201 Charles Street
Providence, RI 02904-2213
401-455-4101

Robin Hagan Aguiar
American Mathematical Society
201 Charles Street
Providence, RI 02904-2213
401-455-4139


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