# Math Links

“Everyone has their own version of mathematics.”

Professor Glenn Stevens

Here is a list of mathematical resources, including some online forums and courses, archives and encyclopedias, competitions, and mathematical organizations. We hope you find them useful!

Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) – interactive forums, problems, lectures, information and courses on a wide range of topics and levels

ArXiv – open-access archive to over 1 million scholarly articles in mathematics and other STEM fields

Curriculum Inspirations – multimedia experience from Mathematical Association of America for middle-school and high-school communities

ICERM’s Video Archive – tutorials, talks, and interviews from the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics

Khan Academy – thousands of short instructional videos at all levels (pre-K through college)

Mathematics StackExchange – Q & A forum for a wide range of mathematics

National Math Club – provides resources and materials to run a math club, geared to grades 6–8

NRICH – based in the UK, curriculum-linked resources to develop mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills at all levels

Numberphile – YouTube channel with videos about numbers

Planet Math – math encyclopedia created collaboratively by a virtual community

Plus Magazine – online magazine which introduces readers to the beauty and practical applications of mathematics

3Blue1Brown – YouTube channel with daily videos that combine mathematics and entertainment

Wolfram MathWorld – math encyclopedia for advanced students

American Mathematical Society's listing of summer math camps and programs for high school students is searchable on the Opportunities site.

AGAM: Nebraska Cryptography Camp

Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics (HCSSiM)

MathPath – for middle school students

Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp

MIT Introduction to Technology, Engineering, and Science (MITES)

Research Science Institute (RSI)

Simons Summer Research Program – STEM research program for rising seniors

Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)

AoPS Online School – online classes from introductory to advanced math, plus contest preparation

Coursera – online courses, certificates, and degrees from over 200 universities and companies

Euler Circle - college-level mathematics classes for advanced high-school students

MIT Open Courseware – MIT course materials online

PRIMES – year-long mentored research program

MathCircles.org – math circle locator and resources

American Mathematics Competitions – AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12, AIME, USAJMO, USAMO, and IMO (International Mathematical Olympiad) for students through 12th grade

American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) – regional U.S. competition for teams high-school age and lower

Harvard MIT Math Tournament (HMMT)

Math League – runs various state and regional math competitions at elementary, middle, and high school levels

Math Prize for Girls – for high-school girls through grade 11

Mathcounts – for middle school students

Mu Alpha Theta – mathematics honor society that runs regional and national math contests

Regeneron Science Talent Search – nation’s oldest science and mathematics research competition

Princeton University Mathematics Competition (PUMaC)

Purple Comet! Math Meet – online international team competition for middle and high-school students

USA Mathematical Talent Search (USAMTS) – free mathematics competition for U.S. students that emphasizes written justification for solutions

European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) – international mathematics competition

International Tournament of Young Mathematicians – team competition for high school students from around the world

American Mathematical Society (AMS) – professional organization that advances research and connects the diverse global mathematical community

Association for Women in Mathematics – non-profit founded in 1971, to increase the presence and visibility of women in the mathematical sciences

Mathematical Association of America (MAA) – world’s largest community of mathematicians, students, and enthusiasts