women and mathematics

The Women and Mathematics Program (WAM) at the Institute for Advanced Study, which recently received the 2019 award for “ Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference ” from the American Mathematical Society, will welcome 51 women from 40 institutions around the world...
The American Mathematical Society has awarded the 2019 Award for Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference to the Women and Mathematics Program at the Institute for Advanced Study for its "outstanding program of encouraging women to pursue advanced study and careers in mathematics."...
Dusa McDuff , former Member in the School of Mathematics and a program organizer of the Institute’s Program for Women and Mathematics , will receive the 2018 Sylvester Medal, which will be presented at the Royal Society’s Anniversary Day in November...
Women and Mathematics, an outreach program of the Institute for Advanced Study, recently celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary with a dinner honoring co-founders Karen Uhlenbeck and Chuu-Lian Terng . Uhlenbeck and Terng, both former Members in the School of Mathematics who first came...
Toni Bluher, senior subject matter expert in cryptography at the National Security Agency, and Kristin Lauter, principal researcher and research manager for the cryptography group at Microsoft Research, will give lecture courses on cryptography as part of the 2018 Program for Women and Mathematics, which...
The history of women in mathematics in the U.S. started more than 130 years ago. Former Members in the School of Mathematics and current and former program managers of IAS's Women and Mathematics Program Margaret A. Readdy and Christine Taylor honor...
The 2017 Program for Women and Mathematics will mark its twenty-fourth year by bringing together research mathematicians and undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral women studying mathematics for an intensive residential mentoring experience. This year’s series, which will focus on geometry and randomness in group theory, will...
Participants at lecture during the 2015 Program for Women and Mathematics.
The Program for Women and Mathematics will celebrate its twenty-third year by bringing together research mathematicians and undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral women studying mathematics for an intensive residential mentoring experience.