AWM 101: What You Need to Know About Women in Math

Wednesday, November 3, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Location: 
WXLR A206

Speaker

Women faculty
Arizona State University

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AWM 101: What You Need to Know About Women in Math
Wednesday, November 3
11:00am-12:00pm panel discussion
12:00-12:30pm (lunch following the panel)

WXLR A206
Registration is requested

Why does the Association for Women in Mathematics exist? And why would anyone who isn't a woman join or support the organization? Did you know that women make up only 19% of full-time faculty in doctoral math departments? And when you restrict to tenured faculty at the top 50 research institutions, this number falls to only 12%. Come and learn more about what the journey looks like to seek that coveted faculty position. This session is particularly geared to people who have not attended AWM meetings and don’t know much about the organization, especially those who are cisgender men. Find out concrete ways that you can become an ally and support women in mathematics.

Panelists:

Donatella Danielli
School Director and Professor

Yi Zheng
Associate Professor

Malena Español
Assistant Professor

Moderator:

Rhonda Olson
Chair of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Committee (DEIB)
Advisor for Association for Women in Math - ASU Student Chapter
Manager of Marketing and Communication

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