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D. Hiden Ramsey Library, University of North Carolina at Asheville
This page is designed to help students in college level math courses find the resources they need to research and succeed in their math course. For information on math education in public schools see Teacher Resources Guide
American Mathematical Society
The society's Web site is divided into 8 audience areas for members, authors, employment, meetings, what's new in mathematics, govt. affairs, publications and research tools.
EMIS: European Mathematical Information Service
Membership consists of all mathematical societies in Europe.
Mathematical Association of America
This professional society serves university faculty, high school teachers, government and corporate workers, graduate and undergraduate students, and research mathematicians. Includes directory of members, employment opportunities, and journals (the full text of which are available through JSTOR and other Ramsey Library databases).
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
The site contains a professional opportunities area, conference highlights and a resources area containing information about mathematics, industry and graduate programs.
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Key University Resources
The third floor of Robinson houses the Mathematics Assistance Center, AKA the Parsons Math Lab. This unique facility is a focal point for the Math Department. Students can get assistance from other students or faculty. They can meet with a study group, use one of the computers with specialized software, or just bring their lunch and gaze at the scenery from above the campus quadrangle.
For information about our Faculty and Staff, for students, about the Curriculum, etc.
A free open-source mathematics software system Creating a viable free open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica and Matlab.
Updated 8/2019 by
Librarian Jon Morris