# 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.

Camp Euclid – online research program for middle and high school students

Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics (HCSSiM)

MathPath – for middle school students

Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp

Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES)

PZMC Number Theory Camp (was Williams College Math Camp)

Research Science Institute (RSI)

Simons Summer Research Program – STEM research program for rising seniors

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