Some of our upcoming activities

  • Christmas Party Tuesday, December 5th, 6 – 8 PM Location: Kerchof Lounge

  • AWM Final Study Hours Wednesday, December 6th, 1 – 5 PM Location: Kerchof Lounge

Other events you might be interested in

  • Excellence Through Diversity Distinguished Learning Series The University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science is affirming its core value of excellence through diversity with a year-long speaker series that begins September 8. All events are free and open to the public. Check out their calendar for more information.

Past activities:

  • REU panel Tuesday, November 28th, 5 to 6 PM Organized jointly with the Math Club

  • Coffee with Speaker Series Monday, November 13, 6 to 7 PM Featuring Blair Davey (CUNY).

  • Coffee with Speaker Series Friday, October 27, 6 to 7 PM Featuring Christelle Vincent (University of Vermont).

  • AWM Lunch Friday, October 6, 12 to 1:30 PM Lunch for faculty and graduate students. More details soon.

  • Coffee with Speaker Series Thursday, October 5, 6 to 7 PM Featuring Mary Gray (American University).

  • Math &… Law and Statistics Thursday, October 5, 1 PM Mary Gray (American University) is giving a lecture, which was organized jointly with the Law School and the Statistics Department. Lunch at 1 PM, talk at 1:30 PM, Q&A at 2:30.

  • Coffee at Grit Friday, September 15, 5 — 7 PM Come join us for our first social event of the semester!

  • Hidden Figures at the Paramount Monday, September 11, 7 PM talk and 8:30 PM movie The Paramount is having a showing of the movie Hidden Figures next Monday, following a talk by the book’s author. The AWM Student Chapter and the Math Club are organizing to take a group of students to see this, and the AWM chapter is covering the price of the tickets. If you would like to attend, please fill out this google form.

  • Interest Meetings Tuesday, September 5, 6:15 — 6:30 PM or Wednesday, September 6, 6:15 — 6:30 PM Both meetings will be the same, just come to one of them. This will be a quick meeting to talk about who we are and what kind of activities we have planned.

  • End of the year party Wednesday, May 3rd, 2:30 — 4:30 PM Bring your favorite dessert to participate in our Dessert Contest!

  • Jobs panel Monday, April 24th, 5—6PM Organized jointly with the Math Club

  • Ice skating downtown Friday, March 17th at 6pm Meet us in front of the Main Street Arena.

  • Pies for Pi Day! Tuesday, March 14th, 12—1PM Come enjoy some pi(e) in the Math Common Room!

  • Carpooling to Hidden Figures talk Saturday, February 25th Canceled by the event organizers We are organizing a carpool to this talk. Please fill out this google form if you wish to join us. From the event organizers: Presidential Medal of Freedom winner and NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson did groundbreaking work on Project Mercury, Apollo 11 and other projects. Johnson and other African American female colleagues are profiled in the book Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly and the upcoming movie of the same name starring Taraji P. Henson. Katherine Moore, Ms. Johnson’s daughter, will discuss her mother’s life and share videos.

  • Lunch with a female mathematician Monday, February 20th We are having lunch with Ren Yi (Brown University), who is speaking at the Geometry Seminar that week. Her talk is on Tuesday, 2/21, at 2pm in Kerchof 317.

  • Talk Monday, February 20 at 5pm Talk by Ren Yi organized jointly with the Math Club

  • Lunch with a female mathematician Wednesday, February 15th We are having lunch with Amelia Tebbe (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), who is speaking at the Topology Seminar that week. Her talk is on Thursday, 2/16, at 2pm in Kerchof 326.

  • Exhibition Saturday, February 11, 2pm Come join us at Grit (formerly known as Para Coffee) in the corner, and then we will visit the exhibition The Art of Knowing together at 2:30 pm.

  • Bring your own lunch and have lunch with us Monday, January 30th, 11:30—1:30 Come anytime between 11:30 am and 1:30 pm and bring your lunch with you. We will be in the Math Department Common Room.