The mathematical sciences are heavily male dominated fields both nationally and locally. The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) Chapter at UNC-Chapel Hill provides an opportunity for both women and men in the Mathematics Department to address this imbalance and encourages the success of UNC’s female mathematicians. Our AWM chapter facilitates the building of relationships between students and faculty of all genders and ages, with the goal that all members will find support and encouragement in their work and studies.
Monthly meetings are held in the Mathematics Department in Phillips Hall at UNC throughout the academic year. These meetings are open to all members and prospective members. Register to be added to our listserve and get notified of upcoming meetings!
The Association for Women in Mathematics is a national organization devoted to promoting equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences. There are over 100 student chapters at universities across the country.
Any student or faculty member of UNC-Chapel Hill of any gender can be a member of the AWM Chapter at UNC-Chapel Hill.
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