Women in Math

About Women in Mathematics at WashU

Washington University’s Association for Women in Mathematics (WUAWM) is a chapter of a national organization that works to promote women and gender equality in STEM fields, specifically math. Our goal is to create a support network for women in math both here at WashU and nationally.

AWM requires its members to be interested in math OR gender diversity in math OR equal opportunity; we are open to members of all majors and gender identities. Our current members include a variety of majors, and a combination of undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. We are a relatively new organization, so there are lots of opportunities for members to help shape the future of AWM!

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Explore more about what involvement with Women in Math entails by viewing our minutes of past meetings.

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Learn all about the latest from Association for Women in Math on your Facebook page. You can also get in touch at awmwashu@gmail.com.

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I came into WashU planning to take a calculus course, as most students do, in order to fulfill some basic requirements. However, as I took a few additional courses, I realized that Math is integral to our understanding of countless processes in the world, and wanted to continue pursuing it at a higher level. With the support of my major advisor, Association for Women in Mathematics, and the Calculus PLTL community, I have met several amazing people, strengthened my leadership skills, and have made lasting memories that I will continue to carry with me even after I graduate!

―Neeha KotteMathematics Major