Electronic Mail Lists
The department maintains electronic mailing lists for a variety of purposes.
Some of these lists are local lists (i.e., they must be sent to
email@example.com) whereas others are Google Groups
lists and have the general form
You can find a list of Google Groups lists by going to
and searching for the group. (Assuming that you're logged in to Google with a
It's also possible to do some interactions with Google Group lists by sending
mail to the address for the list followed by a
+ and a command.
There are several lists for communicating with various subsets of the staff and faculty of the department.
- Goes to all math department faculty and (potentially) some guests.
- Goes to tenure-track math faculty.
- Goes to all math department faculty and staff.
The department sets up a number of lists for each Clinic team every year, in addition to the classwide list. These lists allow team members to communicate with each other, with the team and their advisor, and with the team, their advisor, and their liaison(s).
There are also lists to allow us to send mail directly to project managers, advisors, or other subgroups.
These lists are set up using your math department accounts, so it's very important that you set up e-mail forwarding to an account that you read. Important messages will be sent to these mailing lists, so you need to be sure you'll see them.
Other Interesting Lists
There are a few other more general lists that you might be interested in, especially if you use some specialized mathematical software or use LaTeX or Linux.
A Mudd list for discussion of problems and solutions related to the use of GNU/Linux. If you can't find the answer on Google, or if your question is directly related to the use of Linux at Mudd, try this list.
The Claremont Colleges have a mailing list for Mathematica users
to share tips & tricks and ask for help in using Mathematica.
You can subscribe to the list by sending an e-mail message to
listmaster AT claremont
DOT edu with the line