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North Carolina has a long history of collaborative research and training with the National Service. This partnership and the success it has achieved is a model for others around the country.
Throughout the year, In North Carolina hosts events and programs that help students and professionals gain more knowledge and skills in the field of meteorology.
In North Carolina Student Chapter is a great way to get involved with your local community. It’s also a great way to learn about the latest AMS programs and activities.
The Triangle Area Graduate Mathematics Conference (TAGMaC) is a good example of a large-scale event organized by the Chapter. It is also a good opportunity to network with other graduate students in your field, faculty, and other professionals.
In addition to TAGMaC, the Triangle Area AMS student chapter organizes several other high-impact events. Among them is the AMS Graduate Student Chapter luncheon at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Washington, DC, where graduate students from throughout North Carolina and beyond share a meal and enjoy some of the best speakers from the AMS.
The AMS Student Chapter program offers a wealth of benefits, including discounted membership and discounts on many AMS events. For more information, visit the AMS Student Chapter page. The AMS Student Chapter Program is one of the Society’s most important programs, supporting student research and encouraging student engagement with the Society.
The American Mathematical Society (AMS) Graduate Chapter Program provides graduate students with benefits that complement AMS membership. These include a student discount on Institutional Membership, opportunities to attend AMS meetings and conferences, access to the AMS website, and the opportunity to collaborate with other AMS chapters.
The North Carolina State University Graduate Student Chapter works to promote mathematics, build relationships between graduate students and professors that extend outside the classroom and assist and inform NC State math grad students on the job market. The Chapter gives annual awards for outstanding work by graduate students and their mentors.
The NVU-Lyndon student chapter enjoys participating in networking and career-building opportunities that provide members with an opportunity to meet professionals from their fields of interest. The chapter also holds a quarterly luncheon for its members to gather and reflect on the year and plan for the spring semester.
In addition to regular chapter activities, local chapters may have a wide range of social events that vary in form and content depending on the interests of the members. These often include potluck dinners with educational offerings or field trips to local weather service offices or other science-related journeys.
The AMS Faculty Chapter is an important part of the academic medical system. It helps to foster connections among students, professors, and other mathematicians across the country and the world.
The Chapter provides a wide range of member benefits including access to discounted student memberships and discounts for many AMS events. It also offers a bi-monthly newsletter with important updates.
AMS North Carolina has a vibrant Chapter community, and our members are actively engaged in their local chapters and in the Society as a whole. We are always looking for new members, and encourage you to join us!
Our chapter also supports student research by providing opportunities for student speakers to present their work. In addition to promoting student interest in mathematics, we strongly focus on outreach and service. During the recent COVID-19 pandemic, our Chapter provided webinars and online seminars to keep students connected to one another and their professors during the crisis.
Companies of Publications is one of the largest publishers of peer-reviewed scientific journals in the world. Founded in 1891, AMS journals are renowned for their impact factor and the quality of the papers they publish.
Besides publishing mathematical journals, It also holds a number of national and international meetings, special conferences, and workshops.
The Policy Program provides science-based information to the public and helps policymakers ground their decisions in the best available scientific knowledge. It conducts research, hosts briefings, and offers an annual Summer Policy Colloquium to introduce Earth scientists to the federal policy process. It is a proud signatory to the Joint Commitment for Action on Inclusion and Diversity in Publishing and an active member of the related working group/publications/librarian.