UA Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics
The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) was founded in 1971. This national organization is devoted to supporting individuals (both women and men) interested in promoting the inclusion and visibility of women in the mathematical sciences.
UA’s chapter of the AWM was started in 2017 by then graduate student Keisha Cook. Our chapter hosts approximately four events per semester that are open to all students. Past events have included lunch and learn sessions, guest speakers, and opportunities to learn new skills such as LaTeX. Keep an eye on the department calendar for upcoming events!
Current officers (2019 – 2020)
President: Awa Traore
Vice President: Laura Carrier
Secretary: Polina Bombina
Treasurer: Allison Hartman
Social Chair: Anna Keefe
Everyone is invited to participate in AWM events held on campus, whether or not they are currently a member of AWM.
In addition, the mathematics department offers free membership to AWM for all students. To receive your membership, you will need to join the UA AWM chapter–Sign up sheets are available at each event! Once that paperwork is processed, you’ll be sent a link to officially join the national organization while having your membership dues paid by the department.