The Communications Committee oversees the development of the Institute's websites.
The governing body of the Institute is Council whose membership consists of the immediate three Past Presidents together with not less than 22 and not more than 28 other members consisting of the seven Honorary Officers, 15 Members elected by Corporate Members and not more than six members co-opted by Council. The officers are appointed by Council.
Council meets three times a year and takes a strategic overview of the policies and development of the Institute. The operational control of the Institute is managed through the Executive Board.
The IMA also has various committees which have strategic or statutory functions.
In 1990 the Institute was incorporated by Royal Charter and was subsequently granted the right to award Chartered Mathematician status.
On the 5 November 2008 Privy Council granted the right to amend the Charter and Byelaws so that a register of Chartered Mathematics Teachers be established by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, to be operated together with or without other mathematics societies to award the designation of Chartered Mathematics Teacher to applicants who are suitably qualified.
Privy Council approved amendments to the Royal Charter and its Byelaws, with effect from 1 July 2015, which include the extension Corporate Membership of the Institute to Associate, Affiliate and Student Members and the creation of two categories of Corporate Members: Advanced Members and General Members.
View the AGM minutes archive for the General Meeting of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.