Welcome to AMS
W e l c o m e  t o  A M S

Upcoming Events

Thu., Apr. 24 - Sat., Apr. 26: 
Mines Alumni Weekend
Welcome back to all Alumni, specifically classes of '79, '74, '45 and '64 for their anniversary reunion years!


Fri., May. 2: 
Dead Day
Good Luck on exams!


Sun., May. 4: 8:30am - Noon
5th Annual Ryan Sayers Memorial Pi Mile
Join us for our annual fun run! Keep Calm and Math On!
Student Rec Center


Sat., May. 3 - Thu., May. 8: 
Final Exams
Check with your instructor for time and location


The AMS Department currently has an opening for faculty at the Teaching Associate Professor level.

Interested in math or statistics but just not sure where to go from here?
Explore the possibilities:    

Careers in Math or Statistics       Majoring in Applied Mathematics       Majoring in Statistics

Math/Stat Moments

What can you do with a Math degree?...

Happy at my Job!

... Apparently, really enjoy your job!  According to CareerCast.com's rankings of the 10 best and 10 worst jobs, being a mathematician is the best job to have in 2014!  Not only that but 3 of the top 5 jobs are math related with Statistician coming in at #3 and Actuary at #4.  To paint an even better picture of the opportunities that AMS offers and that Mines offers, 9 of the top 10 jobs are STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related.  So with all due respect to lumberjacks everywhere, we know what you can do with your mathematics education -- love your work!

For the full article, check out CNBC...

Spotlight on AMS

Congratulations to Prof. Paul Martin

Professor Paul A. Martin has been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of the SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, the oldest (1953) and one of the most prestigious journals of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). The appointment will start on July 1, 2014 and is for an initial period of 2.5 years.  Paul has been affiliated with the journal, first as Associate Editor and then Section Editor, since 2004.

Check out the opportunities inside AMS or Ask Us if you have any questions.

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