Infinitely Many Solutions for the Prescribed Boundary Mean Curvature Problem in $\mathbb B^N$ We consider the following prescribed boundary mean curvature problem in $\mathbb B^N$ with the Euclidean metric: $\begin{cases} \displaystyle -\Delta u =0,\quad u\gt 0 &\text{in }\mathbb B^N, \\[2ex] \displaystyle \frac{\partial u}{\partial\nu} + \frac{N-2}{2} u =\frac{N-2}{2} \widetilde K(x) u^{2^\#-1} \quad & \text{on }\mathbb S^{N-1}, \end{cases}$ where $\widetilde K(x)$ is positive and rotationally symmetric on $\mathbb S^{N-1}, 2^\#=\frac{2(N-1)}{N-2}$. We show that if $\widetilde K(x)$ has a local maximum point, then the above problem has infinitely many positive solutions that are not rotationally symmetric on $\mathbb S^{N-1}$. Keywords:infinitely many solutions, prescribed boundary mean curvature, variational reductionCategories:35J25, 35J65, 35J67