Writing for MathStatBites is a great opportunity for early-career mathematics and statistics researchers to hone their critical reading and writing skills while translating the latest mathematical or statistical research in a digestible, engaging, and applicable way.
MathStatBites articles are generally ~750 words and written for a non-expert audience (no jargon). No prior writing experience necessary! We aim to provide a collaborative and constructive environment to help you develop your skills while you build your writing portfolio and a network of math/stats communicators.
If you’re an undergrad student interested in math and statistics research, you can also get involved with MathStatBites! Each of our writers is partnered with an undergraduate student who serves as an editor for all of their posts. The early career writer provides mentorship for their partnered student, while the student editor provides perspective on writing for a general audience.
Ready to join the team?
Contact us here.