Publishing opportunities for student writing include the following:

*The Columbia Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics*publishes expository writing by undergraduates, “to provide undergraduate readers with high-quality, accessible articles on challenging topics, or novel approaches to teaching more familiar concepts.”- “
*The Minnesota Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics*focuses on original mathematical research done primarily by undergraduate researchers in all areas of mathematics and its applications.” - The
*Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal*is a publication devoted entirely to papers written by undergraduate students on mathematical topics. The student work must be sponsored by a mathematician familiar with the student’s work. - “
*Involve*showcases and encourages high-quality mathematical research involving students from all academic levels.” *Furman University Electronic Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics*.*Pi in the Sky*is a math magazine for high school students. Anyone may submit articles, which will be peer reviewed.- The Mathematical Association of America publishes journals for a broad audience, with an emphasis on the undergraduate level. Anyone may submit articles, and peer review is blind to the educational level of the author. Articles written by undergraduates (and younger) have been accepted.
*SIAM Undergraduate Research Online*(SIURO) is a web-based publication by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) for undergraduate students. It publishes student work in a wide range of applied and computational mathematics topics.- The
*Mathematical Intelligencer*publishes articles about mathematics, mathematicians, and the history of mathematics. It does not publish traditional research paper style articles since it aims to reach a broad audience. - According to its website, the
*Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal*“is a professional-level, open-access science journal that is committed to publishing manuscripts of the highest scholarship resulting from significant scientific research or outstanding scientific analysis. Each paper published in the*CUSJ*undergoes a double-blind peer review process facilitated by the Journal’s Editorial Review Board and a faculty review by the*CUSJ*Faculty Advisory Board.” *The Journal of Young Investigators*: Innovation In Scientific Writing, Publishing, And Peer-Review For Undergraduates.

Writing contests include the following:

- The History of Mathematics Special Interest Group of the MAA (HOM-SIGMAA) has a writing contest for papers on the history of mathematics. The contest is for undergraduates, but high school students and graduate students may enter for honorable mention.
- Association for Women in Mathematics Essay Contest: Biographies of Contemporary Women in Mathematics. This contest is open to middle school students, high school students, and undergraduates.
- The Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) is a multi-day writing and research contest on topics in applied mathematics. The contest is team based and is open to high school students and undergraduates.

If you know of more opportunities for students, please contact us.