The Association for Women in Mathematics at Arizona State University (AWM at ASU) is a student-run organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in mathematics. We are a group of undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, and faculty who have come together to create and foster a strong community around women interested in mathematics.

Our club is a student chapter of the national Association for Women in Mathematics whose mission is to create a community in which women and girls can thrive in their mathematical endeavors, and to promote equitable opportunity and treatment of women and others of marginalized genders and gender identities across the mathematical sciences.

AWM at ASU is open to and welcomes everyone. 

Join AWM at ASU via SunDevilSync and see list of upcoming events

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2022-2023 AWM at ASU Officers

AWM at ASU Officers

President: Megan Gordon
Vice President: Kayla Lock
Treasurer: Leah Jamison
Secretary: Philip Doi
Undergraduate Ambassadors: Jade Buzinski and Sana Sabuwala

Check our SunDevilSync page or the SoMSS events page for info on upcoming events.

2022-2023 AWM at ASU News

August 30, 2022
By Sana Sabuwala

AWM at ASU attends SoMSS fall welcome event

The School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences hosted a fall welcome event for first year undergraduate students to meet faculty and to learn about organizations in the school. The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM at ASU) joined in on welcoming the new students. AWM at ASU introduced the organization to incoming students, highlighting the building of a strong math community and exciting social and professional events. Undergraduate students were informed about AWM’s upcoming speed friending event on September 14!