Here’s my list of links that I either needed publicly posted so I can share them or needed publicly posted so I can find them myself. I’ve organized the links into a few categories:

- Mathematics Meetings & Conferences
- Mathematics Education & Recreation
- Equity and Inclusion Amongst Mathematicians
- Academia & Career Considerations
- UCR Campus Resources
- Miscellaneous

- AMS Mathematics Research Communities
- Mathematical Sciences Research Institutes (MSRI) Programs and Workshops
- Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach upcoming Workshops
- Sage Days, and other Sage related workshops
- MathMeetings.net – Research mathematics conferences, workshops, schools, etc

- GoodQuestions Project – Hosted at Cornell, a list of “good questions” to challenge students’ conceptual understanding of topics.
- Cut The Knot – Alexander Bogomolny’s site of interactive mathematics miscellany
- AoPS Online – Math resources including textbooks and contest math problems
- Past Putnam Exams – Hosted by Kiran Kedlaya
- BetterExplained – Articles that give a intuitive explanation of basic math concepts
- The Napkin Project – Intuitive explanations of graduate level mathematics
- American Institute of Mathematics Approved List of Open Access Textbooks
- AMS’s Open Math Notes
- OpenStax Open Access Math Textbooks
- Nick’s Mathematical Puzzles
- “What is … ?” – Armin Straub’s index of the “What is … ?” column in the AMS Notices

- MAA’s Resources for Minority Faculty and Students – This is a HUGE list of organizations, summer programs, conferences, scholarships, fellowships, and other opportunities designed to promote the success as mathematicians of people who are members of populations that are historically underrepresented in the field of study
- AMS: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – A similar resource to the MAA’s page, but with some current events and resources and support directly from the AMS
*Mathematics for Human Flourishing*– Francis Su’s retirement address at JMM 2017.- Association for Women in Mathematics
- The Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC) – A national conference designed to promote, educate, encourage and support minority women interested in mathematics and statistics
- Mathematically Gifted and Black
- Latinxs and Hispanics in Mathematical Sciences (Lathisms)
- Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM) – A program to help underserved students enter advanced study in mathematics

- MathJobs.org – Run by the AMS
- MathClassifieds.org – Run by the MAA
- The AMS Employment Information in the Mathematical Sciences (EIMS)
- HigherEdJobs.com
- ChronicleVitae – The jobs site run by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
- California Community Colleges Registry
- The Chronicle of Higher Education
- UCLA Graduate Career Services – Has some great resources, like the
*Graduate Student Career Preparation Toolkit*(PDF of 2019 edition). - The Professor is In

Here is the canonical list of student resources hosted by UCR. All instructors and TAs should link to on their syllabus, and be aware of if they notice a student that needs help.

studentwellness.ucr.edu/student-success-resources

One link not on that page that really on TAs and instructors need to know about is the Student Conduct & Academic Integrity page, just in case they’ve got to go through the procedure of reporting and incident or confronting a student.

- Soma FM – Commercial-free internet radio.
- Time.is (minimal) – A nice clock to display while a class is taking a timed assessment.
- Butterick’s Practical Typography – A guide of best typography practices. Everyone should read this.
- The Feeling of Power – A short story by Isaac Asimov.
- How old is the shepherd? –
*The problem that shook school mathematics*