Resources for Students
Online Graphing Softwares:
desmos - online graphing calculator, useful for graphing equations on a plane, also supports polar coordinates (use θ and r for demos to recognize polar coordinates)
CalcPlot3D - online 3D graphing calculator, created by mathematicians, useful for graphing equations of 2 variables (3 dimensional graphs). Can also be used to generate .stl files for 3D printing.
Calculus II (Series, Sequences, and Multivariable Calculus) Review Guides:
Want to be a Mathematician?
What do mathmaticians do? Learn about careers in math here.
Interested in doing research in math? Apply for a REU (Research Experience for Undergrads). These are NSF funded summer research programs and a really great way to get research experience. (If you are intersted in applying, please reach out to me and I'd be happy to share my experience and advice, answer questions, and help you with your application.)
Here are some great places to meet and learn about current mathmaticians and what they do:
In need of some Words of Wisdom? Check this out.
Not sure if math is for you? (spoiler alert - it can be if you want it to!). Check out the book and blog titled: "Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey"
A fansastic webinar series breaking down and explaining the "hidden norms" in the professional mathematics world - great for students trying to navigate a career in the mathematical sciences.