While they sound like different concepts, I believe both are highly related! Communicating mathematics effectively is a way to make math accesible to a broader audience. By creating inclusive environments, we celebrate the identities of those who share our passion for mathematics!


AMS Inclusion/Exclusion Blog

This is a blog about underrepresented groups in mathematics. The main goal of t his blog is to discuss issues pertaining to marginalized and underrepresented g roups in mathematics. We hope that by increasing awareness of these issues, we will help develop a more inclusive, supportive, and diverse community of mathem aticians.

Math & Science Communication

Science communication is the public communication of science and mathematics related topics to non-experts. While this has become it's own field, I believe a necessary stepping stone towards making mathematics accesible to all!


21st Century Scientist

Changing the culture in science through a focus on inclusiveness and diversity, positive incentives for engagement, innovation in 21st century training, and connection to society.

AMS Grad Blog

A blog for and by graduate students. See some of my blog posts below!


QUBES is a community of math and biology educators who share resources and methods for preparing students to tackle real, complex, biological problems Additional resources:
1. AMS Communicating Mathematics in the Media: A Guide
2. MAA Audience Awareness
3. MAA Mathematical Communication
4. Steven Strogatz, "Writing about Math for the Perplexed and the Traumatized"

Follow other math communicators on social media, some examples on Twitter include: Tai-Danae Bradley (@math3ma), Dr. Eugenia Cheng (@DrEugeniaCheng), Steven Strogatz (@stevenstrogatz) and many more!

Top three tips for good math presentations:
MathComm 1. Advertise your work.

MathComm 2. Less is more.

3. Avoid Jargon.