Build a career, find data on the mathematics community, locate mathematicians, and learn more about funding, prizes, and special opportunities for students and professionals. The AMS works hard to maintain the most current information to help you build or enhance a career centered on mathematics. Find information for students, jobseekers, faculty, and other mathematics professionals, and explore the many ways in which the AMS can assist you with your career and professional growth.
Free Online Lectures and Seminars. A listing of upcoming and recorded online mathematical sciences seminars around the world.
Student Pathways. Resources for secondary, college, and graduate students those who guide them.
Faculty Pathways in Higher Education. Programs and resources on teaching, research, and development in the professional community.
Careers in Business, Industry, and Government (BIG). Workshops, webinars, and other resources on developing readiness for careers beyond academia.
Content Delivery, Publications, and Access. Workshops and resources for faculty, publishers, editors, and others who disseminate research and develop learning tools for mathematics.
Leadership. Publications, workshops, data, and guidance for department leaders.
Seeking a professional position in the mathematical sciences? For those holding a Ph.D., or hiring at that level, there are several services to choose from. Those holding bachelor's or master's degrees will benefit from searching the job ads.
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AMS prizes and awards recognize outstanding achievement in mathematical research, exceptional public service in support of research and education in the mathematical sciences, and significant contributions to the public understanding of mathematics.
The Fellows of the American Mathematical Society program recognizes members who have made outstanding contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement, communication, and utilization of mathematics.
Learn about funding opportunities from the AMS and other sources, including travel grants, fellowships, grants supporting education initiatives, and more.
Check out the variety of AMS blogs, written by and for the mathematical community.
Contact the AMS for help with professional services at 800-321-4267, ext. 4096 or submit an inquiry.