There are thousands of mathematical sites on the web. Below are several extensive great sites followed by other fun sites.

## AMS Information for Math Majors

- Graduate School, Special Semesters, Conferences, Internships, and more
- "Resources for Undergraduates in Mathematics" Brochure
- A list of summer REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates Summer Programs). These programs offer support, a great experience, and we, the LSU Math Department, will excuse you from the Capstone Course for successful completion of an REU.

## Four Great Sites

- The Mathematical Science Research Institute offers an undergraduate program called
**MSRI-UP**. Also a wide variety of**Steaming Video**is available free. The video will vary from videos for undergraduates to videos for researchers to videos on mathematics education. - The University of St. Andrews in Scotland offers
**The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive**. It is wonderful extensive mathematical site. It contains:- History of mathematics
- Biographies of mathematicians
- An index of famous curves--all cross indexed.

- The website
**Math Form**at Drexel University contains:- An internet mathematics library
- Teacher's place, a resource for math teachers at any level
- A student center which contains material for students at all levels from elementary school through graduate school.

**Mathworld**is Wolfram Research's mathematical resource. It has thousands of mathematics articles and many have graphics and animation. It also is a resource for the physical sciences.

## Other Fun And Informative Sites

**Knot a Braid of Links **from the Canadian Mathematical Society. **Dr. Matrix** from the European Space Agency and NASA. **Centre for the Popularization of Mathematics**,University of Wales, Bangor UK. **Mega Mathematics** from Los Alamos National Laboratory.