Welcome to MetaMath!

We’re excited to have you join us!

To learn more about what we’re about check out our this document where you can learn about how we define ourselves, our core beliefs, and our goals.

Our communication happens primarily through Slack. To join in the conversation, use this link to be added to the Mathematical and Computational Approaches to Social Justice workspace. We use the channel #metamath2.

Bibliography

The group’s work can be seen below:

  • Ron Buckmire, Carrie Diaz Eaton, Joseph E. Hibdon, Jr., Jakini Kauba, Drew Lewis, Omayra Ortega, José L. Pabón, Rachel Roca, Andrés R. Vindas-Meléndez, and Sam Zhang. Quantifying and Documenting Inequity in PhD-granting Mathematical Sciences Departments in the United States. arXiv preprint arXiv:2308.13750, 2024.

  • Ron Buckmire, Joseph E. Hibdon, Jr., Drew Lewis, Omayra Ortega, José L. Pabón, Rachel Roca, Andrés R. Vindas-Meléndez. The Mathematics of Mathematics: Using Mathematics and Data Science to Analyze the Mathematical Sciences Community and Enhance Social Justice. arXiv preprint arXiv:2307.0324, 2023.

  • Ron Buckmire , Carrie Diaz Eaton, Joseph E. Hibdon Jr., Katherine M. Kinnaird, Drew Lewis, Jessica Libertini, Omayra Ortega, Rachel Roca, and Andres R. Vindas Meléndez. “On definitions of ‘mathematician.’” Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Volume 13 Issue 2, pages 8-38, (July 2023).