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Mathematics

External Resources

  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs)
    REUs are great opportunities for students to gain some experience doing original research in mathematics. These programs typically take place over the summer, and locations vary. Funding may be available. Browse through this list hosted at the American Mathematical Society's Website. And talk to any of the faculty members at Merrimack if you need some help and guidance!
  • Manuals for TI Calculators
    Manuals for some TI calculators, which we use in our precalculus and calculus classes, can be found here.
  • Headlines and Deadlines for Students (AMS)
    The American Mathematical Society (AMS) maintains a great Web site where they post news events and items of interest to math students across the country.
  • Careers in Math
    Here is a great Web site listing career opportunities for math majors. See the department chair or department secretary to pick up a copy of any of the four free pamphlets about careers in mathematics.
  • Thinking of a Career in Applied Mathematics?
    The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) publishes a brochure on applied mathematics and computational science careers outside of academia which includes information on emerging career fields, examples of companies and organizations that hire applied mathematicians and computational scientists, and profiles of professional working in these fields today. 
  • More Information for Undergraduates in Mathematics
    The AMS has a lot more information and advice for students in mathematics here, including advice on graduate studies, careers, and internships.