The Notices of the American Mathematical Society is the world's most widely read magazine aimed at professional mathematicians.
As the magazine of record for the American Mathematical Society, Notices publicizes activities of the Society, and provides opportunities for mathematicians and students of mathematics to find out what is going on in their field. Each issue of Notices contains high-level expository articles, written by STEM professionals in industry and academia. Notices also regularly features AMS Surveys and Reports on industry trends, academia, and research; Invitations to get involved, Calls for Nomination, Community Updates from the AMS, as well as News and Announcements from other mathematics institutions; Opinion pieces on professional issues facing mathematicians, Reviews of books, and upcoming national and international Meetings and Conferences of interest to the readership. The editorial team invites your comments, suggestions, and submissions.
As the membership magazine, the print version of Notices mails to all AMS individual members and member institutions (approximately 30,000 worldwide, one third of whom reside outside of the United States). The online version of Notices is freely available on the Web. The online version is the official version of record and may, on occasion, differ slightly from the print version. Notices is a monthly that publishes 11 times a year, with a combined June/July issue.