The following are WWW servers maintained by professional societies and organizations
of interest to mathematicians.
indicates sites that have a significant amount of materials of interest to mathematics
teachers in grades K12.
 African
Mathematical Union
 The African Mathematical Union (AMU) is the African equivalent of the International
Mathematical Union.
 American Educational
Research Association  Special Interest Group: Research in Mathematics Education
 The purpose of SIG/RME is to promote and to disseminate research, development,
and evaluative efforts in mathematics education, and to promote and encourage
scholarly and productive exchanges among members of all the constituencies
that affect, or are affected by, research on the learning and teaching of
mathematics.
 American Mathematical Association of
TwoYear Colleges (AMATYC)
 This service is for the members of the American Mathematical Association
of TwoYear Colleges and other interested professionals to review and receive
current information on AMATYC's programs and activities and the activities
of our AMATYC Affiliates.
 American Mathematical Society
 The AMS WWW server provides information to further mathematical research
and scholarship. Included on this server is a preprint archives with links
to other preprint archives, information on publications published by the AMS,
carrer development resources for mathematicians, searchable Combined Membership
List, information on meetings and conferences and links to other Mathematics
Information Servers.
 American Statistical Association
 The American Statistical Association (ASA) is a scientific and educational
society founded in 1839 to foster excellence in the use and application of
statistics to the biological, physical, social and economic sciences. ASA's
19,000 members serve the industrial, governmental and academic sectors. The
ASA publishes six journals, conducts scientific conferences, fosters a continuing
education program, and is very active in bringing statistical education to
elementary and secondary schools.
 Amesa  Association for
mathematics education in South Africa
 The aims of the Association are, in general, to promote Mathematics Education
and, in particular, to enhance the quality of the teaching and learning of
Mathematics in South Africa.
 ANZIAM
 Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics
 ANZIAM is the Division of the Australian Mathematical Society dedicated
to Industrial and Applied Mathematics. One of its main activities it to organise
the annual AMZIAM Applied Mathematics Conference.
 APAME
 Association des Promoteurs de l'Avancement de la Math?matique ? l'Él?mentaire
 ArizMATYC  Arizona Mathematical
Association of TwoYear Colleges
 Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The mission of the Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to provide
vision and leadership in improving the teaching and learning of mathematics
so that every student is ensured of an equitable Standardsbased mathematics
education and every teacher of mathematics is ensured the opportunity to grow
professionally.
 Associated Teachers of Mathematics
in Connecticut (ATOMIC)
 The Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut (ATOMIC) is a professional
organization of K16 mathematics teachers throughout the state of Connecticut.
 Asociaci?n Matem?tica Venezolana
 Association des Professeurs
de Math?matiques de l' Enseignement Public
 Association des
statisticiennes et statisticiens du Qu?bec
 Association for Computing Machinery
 The information available through ACM's Internet services includes details
on: conferences, calls for papers, ACM periodicals and books, ACM special
intrest groups, members services, chapters, technical outreach programs, and
the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest.
 Association for Symbolic Logic
 The Association for Symbolic Logic is an international organization supporting
the presentation, publication, and critical discussion of scholarly work in
the field of logic. The Association was founded in 1936, at a time when great
advances in the discipline were beginning to be made. Its current membership
reflects the longstanding important role of logic in philosophy and in mathematics
as well as the newer connections between logic and both computer science and
linguistics. The Association aims to promote an awareness and appreciation
of advances in the field of logic among all who may benefit.
 Association for Women in Mathematics
(AWM)
 The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) was established in 1971 to
encourage women to study and have active careers in the mathematical sciences.
Equal opportunity and equal treatment of women in the mathematical sciences
are promoted.
 Association
LaplaceGauss
 The LaplaceGauss association is concerned with the promotion of mathematical
ideas and methods issued from Newtonian Potential Theory or connected with
it in Analysis, Geometry, Probabilities, Physics, by every communication mean
(reviews, bulletins, conferences, seminaries, colloquiums, Internet, etc..)
 L'Association Math?matique du
Qu?bec
 L'Association Math?matique du Qu?bec is dedicated to the promotion of mathematics
in Qu?bec.
 Association of
Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
 Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
 The AMTE is a nonprofit organization created to promote the improvement
of mathematics teacher education in all its aspects.
 Association of Mathematics Teachers of
New Jersey
 The Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey is an affiliate of
the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics dedicated to the advancement
of mathematics education throughout the State of New Jersey.
 The Association of Mathematics Teachers
of New York State
 The purpose of A.M.T.N.Y.S. is to insure better coordination of all activities
of mathematics groups in New York State, to afford a medium of exchange of
view regarding the teaching of mathematics, to further the cooperative study
of problems relating to the teaching of mathematics at all four levels, elementary,
junior high, senior high and college and to encourage active interest in mathematics
and mathematics education.
 Association of Mathematics
Teachers of the Rochester Area
 The Association of Mathematics Teachers of the Rochester Area is an organization
dedicated to support of mathematics teachers at all levels.
 Association of Swedish Maths Teachers
 The aims of the Swedish Mathematics Teachers Association are: to promote
development and research, to assist teachers to share and document their knowledge
and experience, to share the results of research and classroom experiments
in order to improve maths teaching, to promote preservice, inserviceand postgraduated
teacher education.
 Association of Teachers of Mathematics
 The Association of Teachers of Mathematics aims to relate mathematical education
more closely to the powers and needs of the learner. The Association was formed
in 1950 and has about 4000 members, mainly teachers in primary and secondary
schools. It is a registered charity and reinvests all profits back into mathematics
education. The ATM provides opportunities to bring together all concerned
with mathematical education for all age ranges. It supports local branches,
local and national working groups, informal support networks, courses and
conferences.
 Association of Teachers
of Mathematics in Massachusetts (ATMIM)
 The purpose of this organization is to provide for the interchange of evolving
ideas and current research involving the teaching of mathematics and its applications,
to cooperate with other organizations in the improvement of instruction and
curriculum, to promote professional and social relations among mathematics
teachers in schools and colleges, and to increase interest in mathematics.
 The Association
of Teachers of Mathematics in New England (ATMNE)
 The Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England (ATMNE) is a consortium
of regional sections from the six New England states. The purpose of ATMNE
is to coordinate efforts of the Sections in order to facilitate increased
interest in mathematics, to secure improvements in the teaching of mathematics,
to establish close relations among teachers and users of mathematics, and
to link organizations of mathematics teachers in New England into one cohesive
association.
 The Australian Association of Mathematics
Teachers
 The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc. is a federation
of affilliated associations representing all States and Territories within
the Commonwealth of Australia. AAMT acts as a national network and Council
of mathematics educators, and is a national professional body in Australia
publishing statements on issues affecting mathematics such as Assessment,
Calculators and Computers, Curriculum Frameworks, Mathematics, Families and
Teachers, Equity and Professional Development.
 Australian Mathematical Sciences
Council
 The Council was formed to give a more cohesive voice to the mathematical
sciences. The close connections with its formation and FASTS underpin its
aims. FASTS is a political lobby group, and AMSC is the umbrella group by
which the mathematical sciences can lobby government. It is also clearly a
forum for the exchange of ideas and information across the member societies
and for the promotion of the mathematical sciences in the wider community.
 Australian Mathematical
Society
 The Australian Mathematical Society is the national society of the mathematics
profession in Australia. Founded in 1956, its constitution lists as its objects
the promotion and extension of mathematical knowledge and its applications.
This electronic site contains information about the society, its publications
and conferences, as well as more general information of interest to mathematicians
in Australia and overseas.
 Australian Society For Operations
Research
 ASOR serves the professional needs of OR analysts, managers, students and
educators by publishing a National Bulletin and National and Chapter Newsletters.
The society also serves as a focal point for operations researchers to communicate
with each other and to reach out to other professional societies.
 Austrian Mathematical Society
 ?sterreichische Mathematische Gesellschaft
 The ?MG (Austrian Mathematical Society) is a union of mathematicians. Its
goal is to promote mathematics and its applications.
 Belgian Mathematical Society
 Belgian Statistical
Society
 The Belgian Statistical Society (BSS) was founded in 1937. The scope of
the Society is to contribute to scientific progress in statistics by promoting
cooperation between Belgian statisticians and to help the general public
to get better understanding of the place of statistics in the modern world.
 The Bernoulli
Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability
 The Bernoulli Society was founded in 1973. It is an autonomous section of
the International Statistical Institute, ISI. According to its statutes, the
object of the Bernoulli Society is the advancement, through international
contacts, of the sciences of probability (including the theory of stochastic
processes) and mathematical statistics and of their applications to all those
aspects of human endeavour which are directed towards the increase of natural
knowledge and the welfare of mankind.
 British Columbia Association of
Math Teachers
 The objective of this association shall be to promote excellence in mathematics
education by
 Promoting professional development in all aspects of mathematics education.
 Contributing to both the development of sound curriculum and the selection
of appropriate resources.
 Promoting communication with members, and other groups and/or organizations
having an interest in mathematics education.
 Furnishing recommendations and advice to the BCTF Executive Committee,
the Professional Development Advisory Committee, and other committees
of the BCTF on mathematics curricula and other matters affecting mathematics
teachers.
 Supporting actively the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
and by encouraging and promoting projects of mutual concern.
 British Society for Research
into Learning Mathematics
 BSRLM is an organisation which acts as a major forum for research in mathematics
education in the United Kingdom. It is both an environment for supporting
new researchers and also a forum for those more established. It is open to
and welcomes membership from anyone involved or interested in mathematics
education.
 Bulgarian Statistical
Society
 BSS was founded in the spring of 1991 with the following aims: to disseminate
knowledge in the field of statistics; to maintain a high level of professional
qualification; to work for the enhancement of the social status of his members;
and to work for the improvement of the educational standards.
 California Mathematics Council
 California Mathematics Council is a professional organization that promotes
mathematics education by fostering excellence and leadership in mathematics
teaching, curriculum and instruction through teacher awards and conferences.
It also promotes student interest in mathematics through scholarships for
mathematics students' activities, and provides resources for educators, students
and parents.
 California
Mathematics Council, Community Colleges
 The California Mathematics Council, Commuity Colleges represents mathematics
instructors at 55 northern California community colleges. CMC^{3}s
primary mission is to improve mathematics instruction in California's community
colleges.
 California Mathematics Council Community
CollegesSouth
 The California Mathematics Council Community CollegesSouth (CMC^{3}S)
is committed to promoting communication on pertinent issues as well as professional
development for the Community College Mathematics Instructor.
 Canadian Applied Mathematics Society
 The Canadian Applied Mathematics Society was established in 1979 and has
since been serving the applied mathematics community and devoted to the support
and development of Applied Mathematics as a distinct discipline in Canada.
 Canadian Mathematical Society
 The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) was originally conceived in June
1945 as the Canadian Mathematical Congress. The founding members hoped that
"this congress [would] be the beginning of important mathematical development
in Canada".
 Canadian
Mathematics Education Study Group
 CMESG is a group of mathematicians and mathematics educators who meet annually
to discuss mathematics education issues at all levels of learning. The aims
of the Study Group are:
 to study the theories and practices of the teaching of mathematics
 to promote research in mathematics education
 to exchange ideas and information about all aspects of mathematics education
in Canada
 to disseminate the results of its work.
 Canadian Operational Research Society
 Canadian Society for the History
and Philosophy of Mathematics
 The Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics, founded
in 1974, promotes research and teaching in the history and philosophy of mathematics.
 Canberra
Mathematical Association
 The Canberra Mathematical Association (Inc) (CMA) is a professional body
with the following goals: to enhance the mathematical confidence of teachers,
to act as a network and forum for discussion of issues related to the teaching
of mathematics, to provide professional stimulation and resources for mathematics
teachers and educators, and to encourage the learning of mathematics by fostering
a range of activities for students of all ages.

 Chinese
Mathematical Society
 CLAME  Comit? Latinoamericano
de Matem?tica Educativa
 Combinatorial Mathematics
Society of Australasia
 By way of correspondence, electronic mail, publications, meetings, conferences,
personal communications, financial assistance and interaction with other learned
societies and the community at large, the Society shall, throughout Australia,
New Zealand and their neighbouring countries, facilitate, encourage, foster
and cherish the branch of mathematics known as combinatorics.
 Computer Algebra in Mathematics
Education
 Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education is an open, international organisation
for those interested in the use of computer algebra software in mathematics
education.
 Council of Presidential Awardees in Mathematics
(CPAM)
 The Council of Presidential Awardees in Mathematics (CPAM) is an organization
whose members are recipients of the Presidential
Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching.
 Croatian Mathematical Society

 Danish Mathematics Teachers Association
(Danish)
 Danish Society for Theoretical
Statistics
 Dansk Matematisk Forening
(Danish Mathematical Society)
 Dansk Matematisk Forening was founded in 1873 with the purpose of acting
for the benefit of mathematics in science and education.
 Deutsche MathematikerVereinigung
 The Deutsche MathematikerVereinigung e. V. (DMV) is the German National
Mathematical Society. Its goal is to promote mathematics and its applications:
DMV furthers mathematical research and scholarship and the use of mathematics.
DMV fosters the awareness and appreciation of mathematics in the public, DMV
represents issues of mathematics wherever science and education are concerned.
 Dutch Mathematical Society
(Dutch)
 Edinburgh Mathematical
Society
 The Edinburgh Mathematical Society was founded in 1883 for "the mutual improvement
of its members in the Mathematical Sciences, pure and applied" and is firmly
established as the principal mathematical society for the university community
in Scotland. Its membership is drawn from all the Scottish universities and
other educational institutions as well as from mathematicians in industry
and commerce both at home and overseas.
 Estonian Mathematical
Society
 EURO  Association of European
Operational Research Societies
 The European Consortium for Mathematics
in Industry
 Realizing the need of interaction between universities and research groups
in industry, the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI) was
founded in 1986 by mathematicians from ten European universities. The aims
of ECMI are
 To promote the use of mathematical models in industry.
 To educate industrial mathematicians to meet the growing demand for
such experts.
 To operate on a European Scale.
 European Mathematical Society
 The purpose of the European Mathematical Society is to promote the development
of all aspects of mathematics in the countries of Europe, with particular
emphasis on those which are best handled on an international level. The EMS
concentrates on those activities which transcend national frontiers. In particular,
the EMS, in the European context, aims to promote mathematical research (pure
and applied), assists and advises on problems of mathematical education, concerns
itself with the broader relations of mathematics to society, fosters the interaction
between mathematicians of different countries, establishes a sense of identity
amongst European mathematicians, and represents the mathematical community
in supranational institutions.
 European Society
for Research in Mathematics Education
 ERME was formed to promote communication, cooperation and collaboration
in mathematics education research in Europe.
 European Women In Mathematics
 This organization is an affiliation of women bound by a common interest
in the position of women in mathematics. Our purposes are:
 To encourage women to take up and continue their studies in mathematics.
 To support women with or desiring careers in research in mathematics
or mathematics related fields.
 To provide a meeting place for these women.
 To foster international scientific communication among women and men
in the mathematical community.
 To cooperate with groups and organizations, in Europe and elsewhere,
with similar goals.
 Finnish
Mathematical Society
 Finnish Mathematical Society (SMY) is the society for professionals, appliers
and students of mathematics. Its purpose is to advance mathematical thinking
and research and overall interest in mathematics in Finland.
 Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The Purpose of FCTM: to promote the improvement of instructional programs
of mathematics in Florida, to promote cooperation and communication among
the teachers of mathematics in Florida, and and to affiliate with national
organizations when such affiliation seems beneficial to the interest of teaching
of mathematics.
 Florida
TwoYear Mathematics Association (FTYCMA)
 The Florida TwoYear Mathematics Association is a nonprofit, education
association. The purpose is to encourage the development of effective mathematics
programs; to afford a state forum for interchange of ideas; to further develop
and improve the mathematics education and the mathematicsrelated experiences
of students in twoyear colleges; to promote the professional welfare and
development of its members.
 Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The mission of the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to promote
a high quality mathematics education for all students encourage an active
interest in mathematics and in mathematics education, promote ongoing professional
development for mathematics education, and promote and reward excellence in
the teaching of mathematics in the state of Georgia.
 Gesellschaft
f?r Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (GAMM)
 Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
 GMATYC, the Georgia
Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges
 The Georgia Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges, is the official
Georgia state affiliate of AMATYC.
 Gesellschaft für Didaktik
der Mathematik (GDM)
 This German society has as its major theme the teaching of mathematics.
 Grand Valley Mathematics Association
 As a volunteer organization, GVMA's goal is to promote excellence in Mathematics
Education. Professional development conferences, seminars, research and publications,
student competitions and scholarships assist GVMA to achieve their goals.
The Association endeavours to facilitate interaction among teachers and teacher
candidates at elementary, secondary and tertiary levels.
 Greek Mathematical Society
 GRMS  Groupe des
Responsables en Math?matique au Secondaire
 Hawaii Council of
Teachers of Mathematics
 The Hong Kong Mathematical
Society
 The aims of the Society are to foster the academic research and information
exchanges amongst colleagues and to provide favorable conditions for mathematics
educations, both in theory and practice.
 Hong Kong Statistical Society
 The Hong Kong Statistical Society was found in 1977 with the aim of promoting
the development of statistics by providing a medium for advancing knowledge
and enhancing appreciation of the theory and application of statistics. It
provides a forum for practising statisticians in Hong Kong to exchange research
findings and opinions. It also has a keen interest in promoting the correct
use and interpretation of statistics among nonprofessional statisticians
in the community.
 The
Icelandic Mathematical Society
 Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The purposes of ICTM are to encourage an active interest in all areas of
mathematics and mathematics education, to afford a medium of interchange of
views regarding the teaching of mathematics and related disciplines, and to
further the study of problems relating to the teaching of mathematics and
computer science.
 Illinois Mathematics Association
of Community Colleges
 Indiana Council of Teachers
of Mathematics

 Indiana Regional Mathematics
Consortium (IRMC)

 INFORMS  The Institute for Operations
Research and the Management Sciences
 The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
serves the scientific and professional needs of OR/MS investigators, scientists,
students, educators, and managers, as well as the institutions they serve,
by publishing a variety of journals that describe the latest OR/MS methods
and applications and by organizing professional conferences. The Institute
also serves as a focal point for OR/MS professionals, permitting them to communicate
with each other and to reach out to other professional societies and to the
varied clientele of the profession's research and practice.
 Institute of Mathematical Statistics
 The purpose of the Institute is to foster the development and dissemination
of the theory and applications of statistics and probability.
 Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
 The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications is the British professional
association for qualified and practising mathematicians which has 6000 members
worldwide and is based in Southend, England. The IMA is a charitable organisation
and aims to promote the interests of mathematics in industry, commerce, education,
the public sector and research.
 International Association for Cryptologic
Research
 The International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) is a nonprofit
scientific organization whose primary purpose is to further research in cryptology
and related fields.
 International Association for Mathematical
Geology (IAMG)
 The aim of the IAMG is to promote international cooperation in the application
and use of mathematics in geological research and technology.
 International Association for
Statistical Computing
 IASC is the only international organization caring about the theory, methods
and practice of statistical computing.
 International Association of Mathematical
Physics
 The International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) was founded
in 1976 in order to promote research in mathematical physics.
 International Association
of Statistics Education
 IASE is the first society devoted to strengthening statistical education
at all levels and in all settings.
 International Society for Bayesian
Analysis
 The International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA) was founded in 1992
to promote the development and application of Bayesian statistical theory
and methods useful in the solution of theoretical and applied problems in
science, industry and government.
 International Society
for Geometry and Graphics
 The objective of the International Society for Geometry and Graphics is
to foster international collaboration and stimulate scientific research and
teaching methodology in the fields of geometry and computer graphics.
 International Federation
of Nonlinear Analysts
 The International Federation of Nonlinear Analysts (IFNA) was established
in August 12, 1991 as a professional society with ambitious goals. It is a
transdiciplinary society which seeks to promote common understanding of related
nonlinear problems and approaches to solutions from all disciplines.
 International Federation of Operational
Research Societies
 IFORS is an international organization of national societies whose primary
object is the advancement of Operational Research. Its aims are the development
of Operational Research as a unified science and its advancement in all nations
of the world.
 International Linear Algebra
Society
 ILAS  The International Linear Algebra Society  was founded in 1989 as
the successor to the International Matrix Group which was established in 1987.
The general goal of ILAS is to encourage activities in linear algebra. ILAS
has also established the electronic ILAS INFORMATIONCENTER (IIC). The system
provides information on international conferences in linear algebra, on other
linear algebra activities, on linear algebra journals, and on ILASNET notices.
 International Mathematical Union
 The International Mathematical Union is an international nongovernmental
and nonprofit making scientific organization, with the purpose of promoting
international cooperation in mathematics. It belongs to the International
Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU). The objectives of the International Mathematical
Union (IMU) are 1. to promote international cooperation in mathematics; 2.
to support and assist the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) and
other international scientific meetings; and 3. to encourage and support other
international mathematical activities.
 International Quantum Structures
Association
 The International Quantum Structures Association (IQSA), founded in 1991,
is a nonprofit scientific association for the advancement and dissemination
of quantum logics and structures based theron in their mathematical, philosophical,
physical and interdiciplinary aspects.
 The International Society
for Boundary Elements
 The International Society for Boundary Elements (ISBE) is a professional
organisation for all researchers in Boundary Elements. It provides research
literature from the field, information on international meetings and publications,
and general news on the Boundary Element community.
 International Society for the Arts, Mathematics,
and Architecture  ISAMA
 ISAMA was founded to further interdisciplinary education relating the arts,
mathematics, and architecture.
 International
Society of Dynamic Games
 The International Society of Dynamic Games (ISDG) was founded in August
1990. The primary goals of the Society are: To promote interactions among
researchers interested in the theory and applications of dynamic games, To
facilitate dissemination of information on current activities and results
in this area, and To enhance the visibility of dynamic games research and
its vast potential applications.
 The Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 Irish Mathematical Society
 The Irish Mathematical Society aims to further Mathematics and Mathematical
research in Ireland.
 Irish
Mathematics Teachers' Association
 The aims of the IMTA are to further the study and teaching of Mathematics
and to foster cooperation between teachers of Mathematics at all levels.
 Irish Statistical Association
 The Association aims to promote the development of Statistical Science,
the good use of Statistics and the role of the Statistician in Ireland (and
elsewhere).
 ISGEm  International
Study Group on Ethnomathematics
 Israel Association
for Computational Methods in Mechanics
 The objectives of the Association are to promote science and its applications
in the field of computational methods in mechanics, emphasizing Israeli needs.
 Israel Mathematical Union
 The Israel Mathematical Union is the professional association of mathematicians
in Israel, which works actively to encourage advanced mathematical research
and teaching.
 J?nos Bolyai Mathematical Society
 The
Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JSIAM)
 JSIAM was formed to promote interdisciplinary work in sciences and engineering.
 Japan Society of Mathematical Education
 Started as an organization for secondary mathematics teachers, The Japan
Society of Mathematical Education (JSME) was established in 1919. Now members
of JSME are located in all areas of Japan, and include teachers from kindergartens
to universities, administrators and researchers.
 Japanese Association
for Mathematical Sociology (JAMS)
 The Japanese Association for Mathematical Sociology (JAMS), founded in 1986,
aims at contributing to the development of sociology and the related disciplines,
through advancing mathematical, quantitative, and theoretical sociology.
 Kansas Mathematical Association
of TwoYear Colleges (KAMATYC)
 Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The mission of KCTM is to provide support and professional development for
teachers of mathematics students from kindergarten and beyond.
 Kentucky Mathematical Association
of TwoYear Colleges
 Objectives of KYMATYC as stated in the original constitution were as follows:
 To establish and maintain consistency in course content and placement;
 To share opinions of particular library holdings and systems of grading;
 To report the success and/or failure of innovations;
 To expose the members to new material through "handson" workshops;
 To exchange information about available positions and applicants;
 To become acquainted with teachers of mathematics in all twoyear colleges
in Kentucky; and
 To establish and maintain articulation with fouryear colleges.
 Korean Mathematical Society
 The Korean Mathematical Society with more than 2,500 mathematicians actively
working in all fields of mathematics strives to promote mathematics in Korea
and to contribute to the development of Korea
 The Kurt Gödel
Society
 The Kurt Gödel Society is an international organization for the promotion
of research in the areas of Logic, Philosophy and the History of Mathematics,
above all in connection with the biography of Kurt Gödel, and in other
areas to which Gödel made contributions, especially mathematics, physics,
theology, philosophy and Leibniz studies.
 London Mathematical Society
 The Society was founded in 1865 and was granted a Royal Charter in 1965.
The Society was established for the promotion and extension of mathematical
knowledge. To this end the Society undertakes various publications and holds
regular meetings, conferences and symposia.
 Los Angeles City Teachers'
Mathematics Association
 LACTMA is an organization of math educators affiliated with the California
Mathematics Council and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
 Louisiana Association of Teachers
of Mathematics (LATM)
 The purpose of LATM is to promote excellence in the teaching and learning
of mathematics in Louisiana's schools; to assist other organizations promoting
interest in mathematics in Louisiana; and to collaborate with other organizations
of teachers of mathematics.
 Maryland Council
of Supervisors of Mathematics
 Maryland Council of Teachers of
Mathematics
 The goal of MCTM is to support teachers in professional endeavors that help
them become agents of change in mathematics education. The organization encourages
an active interest in Mathematics and its teaching and works toward the improvement
of mathematics education programs in Maryland.
 Maryland
Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges
 The purpose of MMATYC is to encourage an active interest in mathematics
and its teaching at the two year college level and to work towards the improvement
of mathematics education. This is done by providing for an exchange of views
and information about mathematics and the teaching of mathematics at meetings
and by means of the newsletter, MMATYC News.
 The Mathematical Association
 The Mathematical Association was formed in 1871 to work for the improvement
mathematical education. Its members are teachers in primary and secondary
schools, further and higher education, advisers, inspectors, practising mathematicians
and students.
 Mathematical Association of America
 The Mathematical Association of America is the largest professional society
of college and university mathematics teachers in the world. The original
1915 charter of the MAA declared that the purpose of the Association is to
"assist in promoting the interest of mathematics in America, especially in
the collegiate field." Threequarters of a century later, that charter still
shapes the mission of this organization: Mission: To advance the
mathematical sciences, especially at the collegiate level.
 Mathematical Association of New
South Wales
 The Mathematical Association of New South Wales (MANSW) provides support
for mathematics teachers K  12 and encourages participation from tertiary
educators to share their skills and expertise.
 The Mathematical Association
of South Australia
 The aims of the Mathematical Association of South Australia are to promote
interest in mathematics and mathematics education, encourage approaches to
teaching and learning in mathematics which promote excellence and the maximisation
of potential of all students, provide means of intercommunication between
mathematical students and teachers for this purpose, provide services, professional
development and publications that cater for the needs and interests of members,
provide a voice in relation to mathematics teaching and the work of mathematics
teachers.
 Mathematical Association of Victoria
 The Mathematical Association of Victoria was founded in 1906. It is a nonprofit
Subject Association with 1800 members (comprised of individuals, and learning
of mathematics, and represents generally the views of persons connected with
the teaching of mathematics.
 Mathematical Association of
Western Australia
 This site will be dedicated to enhancing mathematics teaching and learning
in Western Australia.
 Mathematical Programming
Society
 The Mathematical Programming Society is an international organization dedicated
to the support and development of the applications, computational methods,
and theory of mathematical programming in its widest sense. The society holds
the triennial International Symposium on Mathematical Programming and sponsors
many meetings, throughout the world.
 Mathematical Society
of Japan [in Japanese]

 Mathematics Association of TwoYear
Colleges in Connecticut (MATYCONN)
 MATYCONN is an organization devoted to providing a forum for the improvement
of mathematical instruction in the first two years of college.
 Mathematics
Association of TwoYear Colleges of New Jersey
 Mathematics Council of the Alberta
Teachers' Association
 MCATA believes in providing leadership to encourage the continuing enhancement
of teaching, learning and understanding mathematics through a variety of activities.
 Mathematics Education Research Group
of Australasia
 Aims: to encourage and promote quality research in all areas related to
the teaching and learning of mathematics at all levels particularly in Australasia;
to provide permanent mans for sharing of research results and concerns among
all members through regular publications and conferences; to seek means of
implementing research findings at all decision levels to the teaching of mathematics
and to the preparation of teachers of mathematics; and to maintain liaison
with other organisations with similar interests in mathematics education or
educational research.
 Mathematics
Education Society of Japan
 The aim of this Society is to study and develop Mathematics Education.
 Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy
Society of Slovenia
 Mathematics Teachers Association of the Northern Territory
 MTANT came into being around 1980 as a collective of teachers with a common
interest in promoting good teaching of mathematics supported by professional
development.

 Metropolitan Mathematics Club of
Chicago
 Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) Mission: encourages
active interest in mathematics and its teaching; provides a medium for exchange
of views and facts about current problems, techniques, and experimental programs
in the teaching of mathematics; furthers cooperative experimentation and study
of problems related to the teaching of mathematics at all levels; assists
in the development, coordination and implementation of a sustained program
for improving instruction in mathematics; encourages young people in the learning
of mathematics and in preparing for a career in mathematics education; provides
meeting, bulletins, research studies, and information services; encourages
and assists other state and national organizations concerned with mathematics
education at all levels; and, works toward the improvement of mathematics
education programs in Michigan.
 Michigan Mathematical
Association of Two Year Colleges
 MichMATYC was founded to provide a venue for interaction between the mathematics
faculties at community colleges across the State of Michigan. An opportunity
to share ideas, consolidate resources, and plan for the futrue need of community
college students in the state became primary functions of MichMATYC.
 Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 Philosophy of MCTM is to develop an active interest in the science of mathematics,
to help provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas and materials regarding
instruction in mathematics, to further the study of problems relating to the
teaching of mathematics at the elementary, secondary, and college levels,
to work for the improvement of mathematics instruction at the elementary,
secondary, and college levels in Minnesota, and to work for the improvement
of employment and service of members of the Council and members of the profession
in general.
 MinnMATYC  Minnesota Mathematical
Association of Twoyear Colleges
 Mississippi Council of
Teachers of Mathematics
 Purpose of MCTM: to encourage an active interest in mathematics, to afford
a medium of interchange of views regarding the teaching of mathematics and
to further the cooperative study of problems relating to the teaching of mathematics
at all five levels of instruction  elementary, junior high, senior high,
junior college, senior college.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a notforprofit organization
dedicated to supporting and improving mathematics teaching and learning at
all levels.
 Missouri Mathematics
Association for the Advancement of Teacher Training
 The Missouri Mathematics Association for the Advancement of Teacher Training
is an organization of college professors in the state of Missouri concerned
with issues involving the education and preparation of mathematics teachers
(at all levels).
 Missouri Mathematical Association
of TwoYear Colleges
 NADE Math Spin
 This is a special interest group of the National Asssociation of Deveopmental
Education.
 Nassau County Mathematics Teachers Association
 The purpose of NCMTA is to promote an active interest in mathematics education
by providing a forum for the interchange of ideas, and by encouraging research
to improve the teaching of mathematics at all levels, elementary through college.
 National
Association of Mathematicians
 From the onset, NAM, a nonprofit professional organization, has had as
its main objectives, the promotion of excellence in the mathematical sciences
and the promotion of the mathematical development of underrepresented American
minorities.
 NCSM  National Council of Supervisors
of Mathematics
 A resource site for those interested in leadership in mathematics education.
 NCTM  National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics
 Founded in 1920 as a notforprofit professional and educational association,
NCTM is the largest organization dedicated to the improvement of mathematics
education and to meeting the needs of teachers of mathematics.
 Nebraska Association
of Teachers of Mathematics
 Mission: To enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics by fostering
professionalism, cultivating leadership, and facilitating communication among
educators.
 NEOMAST  Northeast Oregon
Mathematics and Science Teachers
 NEVMATYC  Nevada Mathematical
Association of TwoYear Colleges
 The Nevada Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges is a nonprofit,
educational association for those interested in mathematics education within
the Nevada twoyear colleges.
 New England Mathematical
Association
 NEMATYC  New
England Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges
 New Mexico Mathematical Association
of Two Year Colleges
 New York State Mathematics Association
of Two Year Colleges
 The New Zealand
Mathematical Society
 The New Zealand Mathematical Society (Inc.) is the representative body of
professional mathematicians in New Zealand, and was founded in 1974. Its aims
include promotion of research in the mathematical sciences, the development,
application and dissemination of mathematical knowledge within New Zealand,
and effective cooperation and collaboration between mathematicians and their
colleagues in New Zealand and in other countries.
 New Zealand Statistical
Association
 The mission of the NZSA is to lead New Zealand to value and make intelligent
use of statistical thinking and good statistical practice.
 North Carolina Council
of Teachers of Mathematics
 North Carolina Mathematics Association
of TwoYear Colleges
 The North Carolina Mathematics Association of TwoYear Colleges is an association
serving the instructors of the first two years of college mathematics, especially
at the 58 community colleges in North Carolina.
 North Dakota Mathematical
Association of TwoYear Colleges
 The North Dakota Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges, NDMATYC,
is the official North Dakota state affiliate of AMATYC, the American Mathematical
Association of TwoYear Colleges.
 Norwegian Mathematical
Society
 Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 Ohio Mathematics Association
of TwoYear Colleges (OhioMATYC)
 The Ohio Mathematics Association of TwoYear Colleges (OhioMATYC) is a statewide
organization composed of twoyear college mathematics educators interested
in the teaching and learning of mathematics.
 Oklahoma Council of Teachers of
Mathematics
 The mission of the Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to provide
vision and leadership in improving the teaching and learning of mathematics
so that every student is ensured and equitble STANDARDSbased mathematics
education and every teacher of mathematics is ensured the opportunity to grow
professionally.
 Ontario Association for Mathematics
Education
 The Ontario Association for Mathematics Educators is the professional organization
for everyone interested in Mathematics Education in Ontario.
 Ontario Colleges
Mathematics Association
 The mission of the Ontario Colleges Mathematics Association is to promote
and facilitate communication among individuals with an interest in mathematics
education in the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology of the Province of
Ontario.
 Operational Research Society of Italy
 AIRO (founded 1961) promotes in Italy the interchange of practice in Operational
Research.
 Operational
Research Society of New Zealand
 he Operational Research Society is a nationwide body comprising of academics
and public servants, consultants and people in industry. The Operational Research
Society exists to promote Operational Research and Management Science in New
Zealand in both academic and industrial aspects.
 Operational Research Society
of Singapore
 The Operational Research Society of Singapore (ORSS) was registered as a
professional association on 21st November, 1975. The society was formed in
response to the need for such an association to promote the field of Operational
Research in Singapore.
 Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The mission of the Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to promote
a comprehensive math education community and to support educators in implementing
the vision of the standards set forth by the National Council of Teachers
of Mathematics.
 ORMATYC  Oregon Mathematical
Association of Two Year Colleges
 Purposes are: to encourage the development of effective mathematics programs,
to afford a state forum for exchange of ideas, to further develop and improve
the mathematics education and the mathematicsrelated experience of students
in twoyear colleges, to promote the professional welfare and development
of its members, and and to afford a forum for input at the state level concerning
mathematics education.
 Pacific Islands Mathematics
Association of Two Year Colleges (piMATYC)
 Pacific Island Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges, is a nonprofit
educational association for teachers of mathematics. The objectives of the
organization are to encourage the development of effective mathematics programs
at all levels throughout schools in the Pacific Island community, to provide
a forum for the interchange if ideas, to further develop and improve the mathematics
education and mathematics related experiences of students in the first two
years of college, to provide members with the opportunity to study and keep
abreast of new trends in the teaching of mathematics, and to promote support
for and involvement in the American Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges.
 Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 The Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a professional organization
dedicated to providing the best mathematics education possible at all levels
in the Keystone State. The PCTM is involved in promoting math education in
a variety of arenas, from the very classrooms where students learn to the
places where decisions are made affecting how they are taught.
 Portuguese Mathematical
Society
 The Society was founded in 1940 for the promotion and extension of mathematical
knowledge. The main activities of the SPM are the publication of Periodicals,
and the organization of meetings and conferences. The Society also organizes
the "Olimp?adas Nacionais de Matem?tica" for young people and promotes the
participation of portuguese teams in " The International Mathematical Olimpics"
and "Olimp?adas IberoAmericanas de Matem?tica"
 Psychology of Mathematics
Education
 The major goals of the group are: to promote international contacts and
the exchange of scientific information in the psychology of mathematics education;
to promote and stimulate interdisciplinary research in the aforesaid area,
with the cooperation of psychologists, mathematicians and teachers; to further
a deeper insight into the psychological aspects of teaching and learning mathematics
and the implications thereof.
 PME
in Japan (in Japanese)
 Queensland Association of
Mathematics Teachers
 The aims of the Queensland Association of Mathematics Teachers are to promote
interest in mathematics education at all levels, to speak and act on matters
related to mathematics education, to provide opportunities for the enhancement
of the professionalism of teachers of mathematics, to provide professional
development opportunities for teachers to support the teaching and learning
of mathematics and to encourage and promote research into the teaching of
mathematics.
 Real Sociedad Matem?tica Espa?ola
 Spanish Mathematical Society
 Research Council on Mathematics Learning
 The Research Council on Mathematics Learning seeks to stimulate, generate,
coordinate, and disseminate research efforts designed to understand and/or
influence factors that affect mathematics learning.
 Rhode Island Mathematics
Teachers Association
 The purposes of the Rhode Island Mathematics Teachers Association are: to
promote an active interest in mathematics and its applications; to provide
opportunities for the exchange of ideas and materials related to the instruction
of mathematics; to work for the improvement of mathematics instruction at
all levels; and to further the cooperative study of problems related to the
teaching of mathematics at the elementary, middle school, secondary, and college
levels.
 The Royal Society of Edinburgh
 Unique among the learned societies in Great Britain, the interests of the
Royal Society of Edinburgh encompass all branches of learning. Established
during the Scottish Enlightenment and continuing in the spirit of those times,
the Fellowship and the Society represent excellence in Science, Arts, Letters,
the Professions, Technology, Industry and Commerce.
 Royal Statistical Society
 The Royal Statistical Society provides a forum for all who are interested
in statistics. It has over 6000 members, over a quarter of whom are outside
the UK. With its wide range of activities and publications, it offers stimulation
and communication, whether one is a user of statistics in everyday professional
or social life, a statistician practising in industry, commerce, government,
education or research, or a student of the subject.
 Saskatchewan Mathematics
Teachers' Society
 Goal: To promote excellence in mathematics
 School Science and Mathematics Association
 The School Science and Mathematics Association is dedicated to improving
instruction at all levels in and between science and mathematics by providing
leadership in the field. Its primary work and publications address the needs
of all of those involved in the science and mathematics teaching and learning
processes.
 Scottish Mathematical
Council
 The main objectives of the Council are to foster and improve mathematical
education at all levels, and to encourage the advancement and application
of mathematics throughout Scotland. For this purpose the Council collaborates
with educational, technological and industrial organizations
 SFDS  Société Française
de Statistique
 SIAM  Society for Industrial and Applied
Mathematics
 The SIAM Server has been established to provide information about activities
and issues of importance to applied and computational mathematicians and to
engineers and scientists who use mathematics and computers. There is also
information about SIAM's products and services. Contents of current files
includes information about SIAM, recent book reviews from SIAM Review, selected
commentaries and articles from SIAM News, a conference calendar and calls
for papers and advance programs for current conferences, information on all
SIAM books, and articles about student opportunities
 Singapore Mathematical Society
 The Singapore Mathematical Society (SMS), a constituent body of the Singapore
National Academy of Science, is a nonprofit organization set up in 1952 for
the promotion of mathematics and mathematical education in Singapore. Currently
the Society has over 500 individual and institutional members. Over the years,
SMS has organized various annual mathematical competitions at the national
level, undertaken the training of the national team to the International Mathematical
Olympiad (IMO), sponsored many international as well as regional conferences
in mathematics held in Singapore, and presented numerous public lectures by
local and foreign mathematicians.
 Slovak Mathematical Society
 The principal goal of the SMS is to promote the advancement of mathematics
and its applications. The SMS is a voluntary nonprofit organization serving
mathematical institutions and their representatives as well as the whole mathematical
community.
 Slovenian Society of Mathematics, Physics,
and Astronomy (Slovenian)
 SMAI  Société de Mathématiques
Appliquées & Industrielles
 The objectives of this society, formed in 1983, are to contribute to applied
mathematical research, applications in industries and the training of researchers
and engineers.
 SMF  Société
Mathématique de France
 Sociedad Chilena de Estadística
 Sociedad
Colombiana de Matem?ticas
 Sociedad Espa?ola de Matem?tica Aplicada
 La Sociedad Espa?ola de Matematica Aplicada (SEMA) was founded in 1991 through
the initiative of a small group of teachers from university faculties and
engineering schools with the aim of contributing to the development of both
applied mathematics and its practical applications.
 Sociedad de Estad?stica e Investigaci?n
Operativa
 Spanish society which promotes the study of Statistics and Operations Research.
 Sociedad Iberoamericana para
la Promoci?n de la Matem?tica
 Sociedad de Matemática
de Chile
 Sociedad Matemática Mexicana
 Sociedade Portuguesa de Matem?tica
 The Society was founded in 1940 for the promotion and extension of mathematical
knowledge. The main activities of the SPM are the publication of Periodicals,
and the organization of meetings and conferences. The Society also organizes
the "Olimp?adas Nacionais de Matem?tica" for young people and promotes the
participation of portuguese teams in " The International Mathematical Olimpics"
and "Olimp?adas IberoAmericanas de Matem?tica"
 Societ? Italiana di Matematica
Applicata ed Industriale
 Societ?
Italiana di Statistica
 Societat Catalana de
Matemàtiques
 Soci?t? Belge des
Professeurs de Math?matique d'expression fran?aise
 The main objective of this society is to contribute to the promotion and
the improvement of mathematics teaching.
 Societe Francaise de Statistique

 Society
for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences
 The Society is an international forum bringing together researchers, theoreticians,
and practitioners interested in applying dynamical systems theory, farfromequilibrium
thermodynamics, selforganization, neural nets, fractals cellular automata,
and related forms of chaos, catastrophes, bifurcations, nonlinear dynamics,
and complexity theories to psychology and the life sciences.
 Society for Judgment and Decision Making
Homepage
 The Society for Judgment and Decision Making is an interdisciplinary organization
dedicated to the study of normative, descriptive, and prescriptive theories
of decision.
 The Society for Mathematical Biology
 Our society is committed to attracting members from all countries, and from
a wide spectrum of interests. We hope to be able to provide a forum for discussion
of research in biology, mathematicalbiology, and mathematics applied to or
motivated by biology. Interdisciplinary research such as biophysics, computational
biology, and many other similar realms are a growing part of our mandate.
 South African Mathematical Society
 The South African Mathematical Society was founded in 1957 and has the advancement
of mathematics in South Africa as its main objective. It has a membership
of about 300, publishes the journal Quaestiones Mathematicae and Notices of
the SA Math. Society, and holds an annual congress.
 South African Statistical
Association
 The mission of the Association shall be to foster the study and knowledge
of statistical theory and its application towards improving the quality of
life of all South Africans.
 South Carolina Council of Teachers of
Mathematics

 South Carolina
Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (SOCAMATYC)

 St. Petersburg Mathematical Society
 The St. Petersburg mathematical society was organized in 1890 and was the
third mathematical society in Russia after the Moscow (1867) and the Khar'kov
(1879). Lectures of leading mathematicians held at the Society meetings on
a regular basis is the major direction of its activity.
 Statistical
Society of Australia Inc
 SSAI is a national umbrella organisation representing Australian statisticians
made up of statebased Branches. The overall objective of the Society and
its Branches is to further the study and application of statistical theory
and methods in all branches of learning and enterprise.
 Statistical Society of Canada
 Svenska matematikersamfundet
(Swedish Mathematical Society)
 Swiss Mathematical Society
 Swiss
Association of Teachers of Mathematics and Physics (VSMP)
 TOTOM 
Teachers Of Teachers Of Mathematics
 TOTOM is dedicated to providing a forum for people involved in the training
of mathematics teachers.
 The Tennessee Mathematical Association of TwoYear
Colleges (TMATYC)
 Tennessee Mathematics
Teachers Association
 TMTA serves all mathematics teachers at all levels throughout all of Tennessee.
 Texas Mathematical
Association of TwoYear Colleges
 Tidewater Council of Teachers
of Mathematics
 The mission of the Tidewater Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to provide
leadership and support in the continuing efforts to improve mathematics education
for every student and every teacher.
 Turkish Mathematical Society
 Unión Matemática
Argentina
 Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians
 Union Matematica de America Latina
y el Caribe
 Unione Matematica Italiana
 Utah
Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges
 UMATYC Mission Statement:. to promote professional development for mathematics
teachers in the twoyear schools in Utah, to work with other professional
associations and institutions concerned with mathematics at all levels and
to provide the best possible mathematics curriculum and instruction in the
twoyear schools.
 Virginia Mathematical
Association of TwoYear Colleges
 WAMATYC  Washington
Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges
 WAMATYC is a nonprofit, educational association affiliated with AMATYC,
the American Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges. WAMATYC was established
in 1985 to unite community college math instructors throughout Washington
state.
 Washington State Mathematics Council
 Dedicated to quality mathematics education through teacher workshops, professional
conferences, student competition, and engaging publications.
 Washington Statistical Society
 The Washington Statistical Society (WSS) is the chapter of the American
Statistical Association (ASA) that serves the metropolitan Washington, DC
area. With some 900 members, the WSS may be the largest local statistical
society in the world.
 West Central
Council of Teachers of Mathematics
 West Virginia Council of Teachers
of Mathematics
 West
Virginia Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges
 Western Ontario Mathematics Association
 Wisconsin Mathematical Association
of Two Year Colleges (WisMATYC)
 Wisconsin Mathematics Council Inc.
 Leadership and service for Wisconsin mathematics educators.
 Wiskundig Genootschap
 Wyoming
Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges (WYMATYC)
A list of Mathematical societies
in Europe is maintained by the European Math. Society.
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