The American Institute of Mathematics seeks to foster collaborative work in all aspects of mathematics. We welcome your contribution in any amount and thank you in advance for your support!

Please select a purpose for your donation. The various AIM projects are described below.

If you would prefer to make a contribution by check, please mail it to

Attn: Hannah Brodie

American Institute of Mathematics

600 East Brokaw Road

San Jose, CA 95112

## AIM Projects

General Fund

Math Circle Network

Bay Area Teachers and Mathematicians

The Global Math Project

Open Textbook Initiative

Research Experiences for Undergraduate Faculty

Morgan Hill Math

The Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles

#### General Fund

Donations to the general fund will be used wherever the need is greatest. In addition to the projects listed above, this includes workshops and small research groups (“SQuaREs”), public lectures, library acquisitions, and other programs that advance our mission.

#### Math Circle Network

Math Circles are communities focused on the enjoyment of mathematical problem solving. Math Circles can take many forms, including after-school programs for students, professional learning communities for teachers and mathematicians, or groups of parents or families who want to become more involved with mathematics education. The Math Circle Network provides free resources for the more than 300 Math Circles across the U.S., with a special focus on supporting Math Circles that reach underrepresented or underserved students and their teachers.

#### Bay Area Teachers and Mathematicians

Bay Area Teachers and Mathematicians (BATMath) is the Bay Area branch of the Math Circle Network. More than 300 math teachers around the San Francisco Bay are engaged in BATMath, with a potential impact on 30,000 students in any given year. There is no better way to support math education for Bay Area students.

#### The Global Math Project

“Do you have 15 minutes… for some uplifting mathematics?” The Global Math Project is changing the world’s perception of mathematics. This year, more than 2 million students and teachers participated in an astounding global math conversation. Let’s keep the conversation going and growing!

#### Open Textbook Initiative

The Open Textbook Initiative promotes textbooks of high quality, low price, and many years of usefulness. Our Editorial Board rigorously reviews open-source textbooks for undergraduate math courses. We want every college student to have the course textbook on the first day of class.

#### Research Experiences for Undergraduate Faculty

Faculty who mentor undergraduate student research need a chance to engage in research themselves! Research Experiences for Undergraduate Faculty (REUF) introduces faculty to new areas of research, new collaborators, and exciting open problems to take back to their students.

#### Morgan Hill Math

Morgan Hill Math gives students a chance to explore extracurricular mathematics and sharpen their problem solving skills. Students from socioeconomically disadvantaged households get an extra boost in programs with high teacher-to-student ratios, mentoring, and family game nights.

#### The Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles

The Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles works to create mathematical opportunities for Indigenous students and to build community among math teachers of Indigenous students while respecting Indigenous culture. We visit schools, hold professional development workshops, and work directly with teachers, parents, community leaders, administrators, and students to form Math Circles for Students and Math Teachers’ Circles.

The American Institute of Mathematics is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number 94-3205114) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.