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Women In Math

About Us

The Women in Math group in the UCLA math department is an informal group of women graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and visitors.  We regularly hold lunches, dinners, and other social gatherings with the goal of fostering community and providing support for the women in the department. 

Distinguished Women in Math Lecture Series

The Distinguished Women in Math Lecture Series features research talks by leading women mathematicians. During their time at UCLA, the speakers also meet with the Women in Math group to provide mentorship and build connections across the broader mathematical community.


2016-2017 DWMLS Speakers

            Jill Pipher (Brown University): Talk title TBA

            Lillian Pierce (Duke University): Talk title TBA

2015-2016 DWMLS Speakers

            Ingrid Daubechies (Duke University): “Sparsity in Data Analysis and Computation”

            Raman Parimala (Emory University): “Quadratic Forms over Function Fields”

            Georgia Benkart (University of Wisconsin, Madison): “Walking on Graphs”  


Other Activities and Events

AWM Research Symposium

The Association for Women in Mathematics held its Research Symposium on the UCLA campus on April 8-9, 2017. Events included plenary talks, special sessions, an awards ceremony, and a poster session for graduate students and early-career women.

Southern California Women in Mathematics Symposium

The 10th annual symposium for Women in Math in Southern California (WimSoCal) was held February 11, 2017 at the University of Southern California. The symposium included opportunities for graduate students to give talks and network with more senior women mathematicians in Southern California.         


The Women in Math group runs a math table each year at the STEM day hosted by UCLA group AWiSE (Advancing Women in Science and Engineering), which is a day of hands-on science and math activities for girls from local middle schools. 



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Contact Us

Contact Stephanie Wang (srw@math.ucla.edu) for more information or to join the mailing list.