Before you look at any of these, FIRST GO TO THE MATH RESOURCES PAGE
It was created by the professors of the Math Department for your use. It has not been compared to this list but, you should first use their expertise before looking over this list. In the future this list will be updated to include resources not on the above linked page.
- MAA The Mathematical Association of America
- AMS The American Mathematical Society
- SIAM Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- NCTM National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- AWM Association for Women in Mathematics
- YMN The Young Mathematicians Network
Journals and Citations:
- Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis (ETNA) is an electronic journal for the publication of significant new and important developments in numerical analysis and scientific computing. Papers of the highest quality that deal with the analysis of algorithms for the solution of continuous models and numerical linear algebra are appropriate for ETNA, as are papers of similar quality that discuss implementation and performance of such algorithms. New algorithms for current or new computer architectures are appropriate provided that they are numerically sound. However, the focus of the publication should be on the algorithm rather than on the architecture. The journal is published by the Kent State University Library in conjunction with the Institute of Computational Mathematics at Kent State University. Mathematical Reviews will receive all papers accepted for publication in the journal and review them as appropriate. ETNA is registered with the Library of Congress and has ISSN 1068-9613.
- ACM electronic guide to computing literature (1980 to date): CD-ROM index available on workstation in Main Library Reference Center
- Citation Indexes (1990 to date): Web index
- Digital Dissertations (Dissertation Abstracts) (1861 to date): Web index
- MathSciNet (1940 to date): Web index
- KentLINK - the Kent State Libraries' online catalog.
- OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center
- Online Journal for the MAA
- Online journal listing from the AMS
- Citation Engine that allows you to input the information about the citation, and then puts the information into the correct format for you.
- APA cribsheet - APA Publication Manual Crib Sheet, September, 2004 revision [Created and maintained by Russell A. Dewey, PhD.]
Links within Kent State University
- Policy on the Role and Status of Graduate Student Appointees - You'll need to refer to this occasionally for rules and regulations.
- Research and Graduate Studies Forms Library - You will need to download a lot of these forms on this page.
- Kent State Admissions Department - Yeah, I know. Most of you are already admitted, but sometimes they have a form you might need.
- Center for Student Involvement - Click on the "Commuter Students" to look for apartments or local businesses, or generally good info for living off campus.
- Online Undergraduate Catalog - Look here for University Policy on grades, etc.
- Online Graduate Catalog
- Women's Studies Page - If you would like more information about the Women's Studies Program at Kent State University.
- Student Health Insurance - Go here for information on Student health insurance.
- Hearing Impaired Students - We DO have a resource in our own department who is willing and able to assist hearing impaired students, or allow them meet with him during his office hours. His name is Dr. Yaser Dhaher of the Mathematical Sciences Department. His office is 343 MSB, his phone number is (330)672-9099 and his email is email@example.com
Links Outside Kent State University
- Kent Ohio's website
- Guide to Official Government Websites in Ohio
- Kent Area Community Calendar - This will tell you what events are being held in Kent.
- Jobs in Mathematics - Great resource to search for jobs in mathematics
- National Post-Doctoral Association
- Dr. Sarah's Women in Math course page - GREAT information on women in mathematics.
- Dr. Sarah's Women and Minorities in Math course page
- Index of Female Mathematicians
- Chaos Game - Check out this interesting link.The idea is to find the algorithm to guarantee the minimal score each time. Good luck!
- Mathematicians of the African Diaspora - This is an interesting site that covers African-Americans in Mathematics, including web resources for African-American women in math, and even an article describing mathematics in ethnic hairstyles.
- Index of biographies of Mathematicians
WANT A LAUGH?
- Math Jokes - A math humor link.
- The Adventures of Discriminant Boy In The Negative Dimension - This looks hilarious.
- WorkJoke - Math profession jokes.