The 11th annual Women in Mathematics in Southern California symposium will be held on March 24, 2018 at Pepperdine University. The symposium will provide an opportunity for women in mathematics in the Southern California area to get to know each other on a personal and professional level. Our hope is to create a network of [...]
Each day of the workshop will involve Morning session: two 90-minute mini-courses, which will be accessible to graduate students who have taken an introductory class in algebraic geometry. Lunch session: 5-minute math talks by participants on a topic they find interesting. We encourage all participants to give a talk, even if they haven't begun research [...]
The Women in Topology (WIT) network is an international group of female mathematicians interested in homotopy theory whose main goal is to increase the retention of women in the field by providing both unique collaborative research opportunities and mentorship between colleagues. The MSRI WIT meeting will be organized as an afternoon of short talks from [...]
2017 SACNAS is a conference like no other. Equal parts science, culture, and community, 2017 SACNAS is the largest diversity in STEM conference in the country. We invite you to join us this October for three days of cutting-edge science, training, mentoring, and cultural activities for scientists at all levels and disciplines.
This conference is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and by the KSU Mathematics Department through the Isidore and Hilda Dressler Endowment for the Enrichment of Mathematics. This conference supports the Non-Discrimination Statement of the Association for Women in Mathematics. The Prairie Analysis Seminar is a joint project of the Department of Mathematics of Kansas State University and [...]
Graduate Research Opportunities for Women (GROW) is a conference for women-identified students interested in graduate school in the mathematical sciences.
These workshops are split into 2-day meetings where you will find a population of mostly female researchers, speakers, and graduate students from the US and Canada, previously run in collaboration with AWM. The meeting stimulated many new directions of investigation and collaboration that are ongoing and generates a mixed audience of around 70-80 people. First there [...]