Here are some mathematics journals devoted to undergraduates and to undergraduate education. Many students are unaware these magazines even exist - but they can really bring to life some of the stuff you are studying in your textbooks. Copies of some of them are available in the S.U.M.S lounge and we hope to have more eventually.
- This new magazine is as much about math students, studying math, and mathematicians as it is about mathematics itself. It is
- Mathematical Intelligencer
- This magazine contains mathematics, history of mathematics and mathematicians, and occasionaly controversial articles (gasp!) about mathematical issues.
- The Mathematics Magazine
- These articles are also intended for college students and college instructors. The articles tend to be somewhat easier then those in the Monthly below.
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- Also known as the Monthly, this magazine contains mathematics that is accessible to college mathematics majors. Most articles require some studying to get the full benefit from them.
- This magazine is the sister of the Russian publication KVANT and has mathematics and physics aimed at bright high school students. The articles are not about standard subjects and will be of interest to anyone in the sciences
- Furman University Electronic Journal of Undergrduate Mathematics
- A web based electronic journal for undergraduate research.
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the organization primarily devoted to the teaching of undergraduate mathematics. It has a web page for student chapters: The MAA Student's Page