A SIAM student chapter resides at one or more colleges or universities, and ideally involves students and faculty members from different departments. The purpose of a chapter is to generate interest in applied mathematics and computational science by providing students opportunities to:
- Share ideas and enthusiasm with fellow students and faculty from any relevant department on campus
- Explore career opportunities
- Make contacts that will last a lifetime
Student Chapter Photo Presentation 2014 [PDF, 10MB]
- Develop leadership skills
Why start a chapter at your school? [PDF, 7MB]
Current Student SIAM Chapters
Contact information for each university or college chapter.
Benefits of Students Chapters
Free membership and more!
SIAM provides up to $500 per academic year for each student chapter to support guest speakers, refreshments for chapter meetings, and other activities.
Sample Chapter Activities
Chapter activities from Auburn University and University of Colorado.
Start a Student Chapter
Everything you need to know to get started.
Certificate of Recognition
SIAM recognizes students for outstanding service and contributions to SIAM Student Chapters.
Communicating With Other Chapters
Find out what other chapters are doing. Use the Student Chapters electronic mailing list or check out the SIAM Student Chapters Facebook page.
Photo: Illinois Institute of Technology Student Chapter Organizing Committee: Barrett Leslie, Adam Rumpf, Lluís Antoni Jiménez Rugama (Chapter President), Manpreet Singh (Secretary), Shibi Feng (Treasurer), and Hannah Albert (Vice President). Click here to see more Student Chapter Photos .