# Chat With a Mathematician

Are you a K-12 teacher who would like your students to meet a mathematician? Or would you like to do a fun math game with your students? Perhaps you would like to collaborate with a mathematician to create some math club activities after school?

The AWM wants to work with you to spread the word that math is fun and to make K-12 students aware of the possibility of being a mathematician. Most of our activities are geared towards students in middle and high school but we can talk with you about activities for younger students.

The AWM will facilitate visits (primarily virtual, but in-person when possible) by professional mathematicians, math graduate students, and undergraduate math majors, to K-12 schools and classrooms. Visits might be centered around a mathematical activity while others may be more of a chat with the goal of expanding the horizons of K-12 students to include the possibility of becoming a mathematician. Many K-12 students may not know that you can earn a living doing fun math problems!

Our visitors can either facilitate a math activity for your class, or they can talk with students about their college studies, internships, career goals, or ‘A Day in the Life of a Mathematician’.

**Teachers**: request a Chat with a Mathematician!

**Volunteers**: Ready to get involved? Do online and/or in-person visits. Email us and visit some classrooms!

*Chat with a Mathematician is in cooperation with the American Institute of Mathematics’ and their Mathematics Community Partners program.*

**Disclaimer**: *AWM provides the Mentor Network and Chat With a Mathematician Program solely for educational purposes. While these programs are hosted by AWM, the views posted do not necessarily represent the opinion of the Association. AWM accepts no responsibility for the opinions and information posted on this site by others or exchanged through these programs. Participants in the Mentor Network or Chat With a Mathematician Program acknowledge that opinions or statements exchanged by mentors and partners are not a substitute for their own independent research. Neither AWM nor organizers of these programs assume any responsibility or liability in connection with actions taken as a result of any information exchanged in this program. The AWM Mentor Network and Chat With a Mathematician Program are in no way liable to participants for any damages arising out of participation in the program. AWM and its officers, employees, and agents are released by this disclaimer from all claims, judgments, demands, liabilities, and actions that participants may have arising out of, or in any way relating to, their participation in the Mentor Network or Chat With a Mathematician Program.*