Mathematical Communication is a developing collection of resources for engaging students in writing and speaking about mathematics, whether for the purpose of learning mathematics or of learning to communicate as mathematicians.

Written genres

Below are resources about various written genres in mathematics. Most of these resources were gathered by undergraduate webcontent specialist Maria-Sophia Fedyk. If you know of additional resources to recommend, please contact us!

Expository Papers

Undergraduate Thesis

Graduate Thesis

Research Proposals


Research Papers

Referee Reports



Online Math Resources

  • “Communicating Mathematics in the Media.” This resource discusses communicating mathematics in the media, with specific guidelines for getting an op-ed or letter to the editor of an online newspaper.
  • “Curating Online Mathematical Resources.” This AMS Early Career Notice by Pieter Belmans discusses how to create online mathematical resources, with an emphasis on collaborative mathematical textbooks or repositories such as the Stacks project.
  • “Communicating Mathematics Using Social Media.” This AMS Early Career Notice by David Richeson provides advice for mathematicians wishing to establish a social media presence, and explains how social media can be leveraged for professional development.
License: CC BY-NC-SA Page content licensed by MAA MathDL Mathematical Communication under the license:
CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike)