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Applied Mathematics: Stay Informed and Inspired

Stay Informed and Inspired

Picture of the Popular Reading collection in Gemmill LibraryThe Libraries are a great place to come to find inspiration for your design or research.  Use BrowZine to stay up to date with the latest research and professional news in scholarly and trade magazines.  Check out our Gemmill Popular Reading Collection

Diversity and Inclusion

We aim to ensure the Gemmill Library spaces and collections reflect the diversity of CU Boulder and the STEM community. Look for books in our Gemmill Popular Science Reading Collection by and about women and minorities in STEM, as well as about ways to make tech more inclusive. 

We work to make our spaces welcoming and inclusive of everyone.  Check out our exhibits:

eBooks from the Gemmill Popular Science Reading Collection

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Professional News and Societies

Many CU Boulder applied math students are involved with chapters of professional societies.  Did you know these professional societies are a great source of information, in addition to offering networking and career resources?  Often professional societies publish magazines, blogs, or newsletters with news, trends, and developments relevant to professionals working in the field.  Here are some suggestions of professional news sources:

This list is not exhaustive so I encourage you to browse the websites of other professional societies, or check to see what information sources your membership provides access to.  

 

Searching in a databases that includes professional magazines can give you news from multiple sources at one time:

 

There are many other sources of news relevant to applied math, and STEM more broadly, so seek out more sources!  Also consider following researchers and professionals on Twitter and LinkedIn to learn about news and trends.

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