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AMS and Social Media

Connecting the Mathematics Community

As part of our commitment to community engagement and the open flow of communication, AMS uses social media to interact with our members and the diverse, worldwide mathematical community. We invite you to use these social networks and tools to communicate with the AMS, connect with the math community, and develop your professional presence online.

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AMS Facebook connects you with the global math community. We share information about programs, publications, meetings and math news, providing a place for you to comment, discuss, and share. You can post your activities from wherever you are in the world. Let us know what’s new in your math department, workplace, or math club!

Tips for getting started with Facebook


AMS Twitter is a good on-the-go source for AMS and math news, and a unique tool for meeting and conference attendees. Through Twitter, you can keep your audience (colleagues, followers, the world) informed with brief updates. You can easily interact with others interested in your subject area, post alerts about an upcoming talk, and react to conferences in real time.

Tips for getting started with Twitter


AMS LinkedIn: LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking tool for building your career and making professional connections. The AMS group on LinkedIn has generated active math content discussions while offering career information. Join our group to pose mathematical questions, share resources for job-seekers, find potential collaborators, and more. We also have a company page for more general AMS information and hiring news.

Tips for getting started with LinkedIn


AMS YouTube: We post a range of videos including interviews, Who Wants to be a Mathematician games, conference events and more. You can comment on our videos and share them with your friends and colleagues.


AMS Blogs: The AMS offers blogs for math graduate students, job-seekers, employers, early-career mathematicians, meeting attendees, and more. Keep up with our blogs through RSS feed or Twitter, then feel free to comment on the blog or through the social media platforms of your choice. Interested in blogging for the AMS?


AMS podcasts: A podcast is a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released episodically and often downloaded through web syndication. The AMS creates podcasts for its Mathematical Moments program, available directly and through iTunes. We also post podcast interviews with AMS Invited Speakers prior to the annual Joint Mathematics Meetings in January.


About RSS and content feeds
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy and free way to receive content electronically whenever it is updated on the website. You can choose what you want to track and how often you want to be updated. We offer RSS feeds for news, new book releases, journal issues, YouTube uploads, Mathematical Moments, and more.

AMS on Wikipedia: The AMS has a profile including current and historic information.


Google Plus is a growing social networking service, especially among the technical, scientific and other special interest communities. The AMS joins an existing mathematics presence on the Google+ platform, and aims to engage with new and existing users by sharing research and publishing content, membership and programs news, meeting updates, and other subjects of interest to the mathematics research community at large.


The AMS encourages your comments, and hopes you will join the discussions both on the AMS website and on social networks. We reserve the right to remove comments that are offensive, abusive, off-topic or promoting a commercial product, person or website. Expressing disagreement is fine, but mutual respect is required.

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