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Four ASU math graduate students traveled to Washington DC in January to participate in the Association for Women in Math (AWM) Capitol Hill Day. In this panel discussion, students Lauren Crider, Mela Hardin, Sara Sami Jamous, and Miandra Ellis will share their stories, talk about being part of such an energized group of women, and reflect on their experiences interacting with our elected representatives.
The AWM Capitol Hill Day brings together students and mathematicians from across academia, industry, and government to highlight issues of importance for women and minorities in STEM fields to our Congressional representatives. In small groups that include both students and professional mathematicians, participants got to meet with Congressional staff -- and sometimes members of Congress -- to discuss initiatives that impact our community.
Join us for this special panel discussion!
Wednesday, February 13
12:30pm - 2:00pm (lunch at 12:30pm, panel begins at 1:00pm)
Seating is limited. Registration is requested using the online form.
There will be time for conversations and getting to know each other. Be a part of this ASU math community that supports and inspires girls and young women who love math. Men are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This event is hosted by AWM @ ASU (The Association for Women in Math at Arizona State University) and includes complimentary lunch.