Math Journal Founded by UM Professor Now Available in ScholarWorks

September 16, 2015

MISSOULA – The Mathematics Enthusiast, a journal founded in 2003 by University of Montana mathematical sciences Professor Bharath Sriraman, is now available through ScholarWorks, the Mansfield Library’s online, open-access hub where UM faculty, students and staff share their research and creative scholarship.

The Mathematics Enthusiast is an eclectic, internationally circulated peer-reviewed journal that focuses on mathematics content, mathematics education research, innovation, interdisciplinary issues and pedagogy. It has been available for a few months on ScholarWorks and has been downloaded over 3,400 times in more than 120 countries.

“It has been a pleasure working with Professor Sriraman on this project, and I was thrilled to be able to make TME available in ScholarWorks,” said Wendy Walker, assistant professor and digital initiatives librarian at the Mansfield Library. “It’s an important, internationally recognized journal that really exemplifies the global reach and impact of our faculty’s work.”

TME is an addition to a roster of other UM publications that are or will be available in ScholarWorks within the next year, including The Oval, CutBank, Montana Journalism Review, Education’s Histories and Camas. 

Contact: Wendy Walker, assistant professor and digital initiatives librarian, UM Mansfield Library, 406-243-6004, wendy.walker@umontana.edu.