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Count Me In: Community and Belonging in Mathematics
 
Edited by: Della Dumbaugh University of Richmond, Richmond, VA
Deanna Haunsperger Carleton College, Northfield, MN
A co-publication of the AMS and the Mathematical Association of America
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Count Me In: Community and Belonging in Mathematics
Edited by: Della Dumbaugh University of Richmond, Richmond, VA
Deanna Haunsperger Carleton College, Northfield, MN
A co-publication of the AMS and the Mathematical Association of America
MAA Press: An Imprint of the American Mathematical Society
Available Formats:
Softcover ISBN:  978-1-4704-6566-7
Product Code:  CLRM/68
List Price: $65.00
MAA Member Price: $48.75
AMS Member Price: $48.75
Electronic ISBN:  978-1-4704-6971-9
Product Code:  CLRM/68.E
List Price: $65.00
MAA Member Price: $48.75
AMS Member Price: $48.75
Bundle Print and Electronic Formats and Save!
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  • Book Details
     
     
    Classroom Resource Materials
    Volume: 682022; 241 pp
    MSC: Primary 00;

    This groundbreaking work explores the powerful role of communities in mathematics. It introduces readers to twenty-six different mathematical communities and addresses important questions about how they form, how they thrive, and how they advance individuals and the group as a whole. The chapters celebrate how diversity and sameness bind colleagues together, showing how geography, gender, or graph theory can create spaces for colleagues to establish connections in the discipline. They celebrate outcomes measured by mathematical results and by increased interest in studying mathematics. They highlight the value of relationships with peers and colleagues at various stages of their careers.

    Together, these stories offer a guide—rather than a template—for building and sustaining a mathematical community. They call attention to critical strategies of rotating leadership and regular assessment and evaluation of goals and programs, and promote an ongoing awareness of the responsibilities of life that impinge on mathematical creativity and contributions.

    Whether you are giving thought to starting a group, joining one already in existence, or encouraging a colleague to participate in the broader mathematical community, this book will meet you where you are—and move you beyond. It contains a plethora of ideas to foster a sense of belonging in the exciting discipline of mathematics.

    NEW! The eBook edition of Count Me In: Community and Belonging in Mathematics is free to AMS members as a member benefit. Download it here.

    Articles of interest from the Notices of the American Mathematical Society, June/July 2022:

    "MSRI Addresses the Challenge," by Hélène Barcelo and Michael F. Singer

    "The Community of AIM SQuaREs," by Estelle Basor

    Readership

    Graduate students and researchers interested in solutions to problems of access, diversity, and inclusion in mathematics.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Cover
    • Title page
    • Copyright page
    • Contents
    • Introduction: The power of community
    • Acknowledgments
    • Communities for undergraduate and secondary-school mathematics students
    • Building community in the classroom
    • St. Olaf’s big tent–From teaching mathematics to teaching students
    • Todxs Cuentan en ECCO–Building a mathematical community
    • The Carleton SMP–Planning the unplanned
    • The Nebraska conference for undergraduate women in mathematics
    • The EDGE community
    • Prepare2Nspire–Effects of a near-peer tutoring program
    • Bryn Mawr College, 1885-1940–“mathematics on its mind”
    • The Smith College center for women in mathematics
    • Math alliance–Investing in tomorrow today
    • Youngstown State AWM mentorship and fellowship
    • Honoring culture in indigenous and Latinx communities
    • The Duluth undergraduate research program–A community of peers
    • Communitites for graduate students and professional mathematicians
    • Women in numbers–A research community
    • The women and mathematics program at the IAS
    • The infinite possibilities conference–Creating moments of belonging
    • On building a research community of women mathematicians in Africa
    • MAA project NExT–Community during a critial transition
    • Math mamas–Navigating mathematics and motherhood
    • From the diary of a black mathematician
    • Fostering a community of LGBTQ+ mathematicians
    • The community of AIM SQuaREs
    • The EPaDel community
    • The mathematicians of color alliance
    • The story of RUME–Forging a community of practice
    • MSRI addresses the challenge
    • Afterword
    • Other titles in this series
    • Back Cover
  • Additional Material
     
     
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Volume: 682022; 241 pp
MSC: Primary 00;

This groundbreaking work explores the powerful role of communities in mathematics. It introduces readers to twenty-six different mathematical communities and addresses important questions about how they form, how they thrive, and how they advance individuals and the group as a whole. The chapters celebrate how diversity and sameness bind colleagues together, showing how geography, gender, or graph theory can create spaces for colleagues to establish connections in the discipline. They celebrate outcomes measured by mathematical results and by increased interest in studying mathematics. They highlight the value of relationships with peers and colleagues at various stages of their careers.

Together, these stories offer a guide—rather than a template—for building and sustaining a mathematical community. They call attention to critical strategies of rotating leadership and regular assessment and evaluation of goals and programs, and promote an ongoing awareness of the responsibilities of life that impinge on mathematical creativity and contributions.

Whether you are giving thought to starting a group, joining one already in existence, or encouraging a colleague to participate in the broader mathematical community, this book will meet you where you are—and move you beyond. It contains a plethora of ideas to foster a sense of belonging in the exciting discipline of mathematics.

NEW! The eBook edition of Count Me In: Community and Belonging in Mathematics is free to AMS members as a member benefit. Download it here.

Articles of interest from the Notices of the American Mathematical Society, June/July 2022:

"MSRI Addresses the Challenge," by Hélène Barcelo and Michael F. Singer

"The Community of AIM SQuaREs," by Estelle Basor

Readership

Graduate students and researchers interested in solutions to problems of access, diversity, and inclusion in mathematics.

  • Cover
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Contents
  • Introduction: The power of community
  • Acknowledgments
  • Communities for undergraduate and secondary-school mathematics students
  • Building community in the classroom
  • St. Olaf’s big tent–From teaching mathematics to teaching students
  • Todxs Cuentan en ECCO–Building a mathematical community
  • The Carleton SMP–Planning the unplanned
  • The Nebraska conference for undergraduate women in mathematics
  • The EDGE community
  • Prepare2Nspire–Effects of a near-peer tutoring program
  • Bryn Mawr College, 1885-1940–“mathematics on its mind”
  • The Smith College center for women in mathematics
  • Math alliance–Investing in tomorrow today
  • Youngstown State AWM mentorship and fellowship
  • Honoring culture in indigenous and Latinx communities
  • The Duluth undergraduate research program–A community of peers
  • Communitites for graduate students and professional mathematicians
  • Women in numbers–A research community
  • The women and mathematics program at the IAS
  • The infinite possibilities conference–Creating moments of belonging
  • On building a research community of women mathematicians in Africa
  • MAA project NExT–Community during a critial transition
  • Math mamas–Navigating mathematics and motherhood
  • From the diary of a black mathematician
  • Fostering a community of LGBTQ+ mathematicians
  • The community of AIM SQuaREs
  • The EPaDel community
  • The mathematicians of color alliance
  • The story of RUME–Forging a community of practice
  • MSRI addresses the challenge
  • Afterword
  • Other titles in this series
  • Back Cover
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