- Learn about the research of other women in Southern California
- Present your work in a supportive environment
- Network with other Southern California women mathematicians
- Explore issues surrounding being a woman in mathematics
Our vision is two-fold:
The symposium will provide an opportunity for women in mathematics in the southern California area to get to know each other on a personal as well as a professional level. Our aim is to create a network of women mathematicians in the Southern California area in order to nurture collaborations and provide a framework for mentoring.
The symposium will provide an opportunity to develop professionally by giving a mathematical talk in a supportive, non-threatening environment.
Prof. Erica Flapan
Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012
University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Enter campus from Entrance 6 on Vermont Ave and 36th Place (be advised the directions from the URL above will send you to a different entrance).
The symposium will be held in Kaprielian Hall (KAP) which is the brick building on the North-East corner of Vermont Ave and 36th Place. People will be able to park in the structure at that entrance for a charge of $10. Talks will be held on the 1st floor of KAP. Coffee breaks, lunch etc will be in the Math Dept’s tea room which is on the 4th floor in room 410.
The symposium is free, and lunch will be provided to registered participants. You must register by October 12th. Further information and directions will be sent upon registration.
We hope to see you this year!
Sponsored by EDGE