Key Initiatives
Key Initiatives

Graduate Student Writing Group

Graduate Student Announcements Grad Student Writing Group We're still at it, every Friday from 11 am - 2 pm EST (until December 16th and will start up again on January 16th). We will also take a fall break on November 25th. If you want a space for writing, a thought partner, and/or accountability, come through!  Click here for the zoom link

 SIG-RME is looking to create space for graduate students to feel supported in their work and a consistent sense of community with like-minded scholars across the country. If you are interested in joining (or know of a graduate student who would benefit from participating), please complete the Google Form. SIG RME Faculty Members, we need your help! We are working to provide multiple learning opportunities and spaces for graduate students to engage in to build a community and support group as they develop as scholars, researchers, and teacher educators. To ensure graduate students are receiving news about these offerings and access to a few member-specific events, we are asking faculty members to share the following message with their advisees and students: 

The Research in Mathematics Educations Special Interest Group (SIG RME) is a forum within the larger American Education Research Association (AERA) that actively promotes communication between researchers in mathematics education and related disciplines, and provides a platform for initiating new developments in the field. We invite you to join SIG RME to take part in multiple learning opportunities for graduate students and to engage in spaces to build community and a support group as you develop as a scholar, researcher, and teacher educator. Some of these offerings include a writing group, book club, affinity spaces, and topic-focused mentoring sessions for students. We will also provide graduate student members of the SIG the opportunity to apply for a one-on-one mentoring session during the 2023 Annual AERA Conference.

We encourage those who are able to become members to learn more about these events. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to 


Looking to connect with other researchers for collaborative research or to create a conference symposium proposal? Join the SIG-RME Connector (SIG-RME Members Only) to post your research interests and connect with other researchers who share your interests.

 What is the SIGRME Connector? The SIG-RME Connector is a Google Sheet that contains information about our members who are interested in connecting with their peers for a variety of purposes, including research collaborations, writing groups, etc. Although it is targeted for graduate students and early career researchers, any SIGRME member can join. The Google Sheet is available in a read-only mode for participating members.