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The shift to an online format for the conference will enable ificantly more students to participate than was possible at conferences.
Students interested in presenting a talk or a poster and their co-authors who will attend the conference must apply by November 15, Others who will attend must register by December 1, Women, and particularly women of color, are underrepresented in the mathematical sciences, especially among jobs that require graduate education.
We at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln UNL recognize the need to encourage and mentor undergraduate women in mathematics to pursue graduate study in mathematics and to seek mathematical careers. We do this by annually hosting the NCUWM, made possible with generous support from the National Science Foundation, for undergraduates that provides role models, insider knowledge, opportunities to present undergraduate research, and a growing community of peers interested in issues related to creating a supportive environment for women in mathematics.
For complete rules and procedures related to registration see the Application, Selection and Policies section below. Although we do not regard this conference as an appropriate venue for faculty representatives to recruit applicants for their graduate programs, we would Women want nsa Lewiston Nebraska to encourage departments to about sponsoring women graduate students from their programs at the conference.
As the UNL department looked back on the s, it recognized that 23 men had earned their Ph. The department made a commitment to create a supportive and welcoming environment for women to study mathematics. Bythe department received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring because of its success in mentoring women graduate students to the Ph. To celebrate the award and continue its efforts to create a supportive environment for women in mathematics, the department hosted its first Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics in early It is important to note that by paying attention to issues that support women in mathematics, the UNL graduate program in mathematics became a more successful program for all students, regardless of gender.
For example, in the decade of the s, 45 women and 68 men earned their Ph. She earned her Ph. Her research focuses on human-centered data science, an emerging field at the intersection of human-computer interaction HCIcomputer-supported cooperative work CSCWand the statistical and computational techniques of data science. She has authored or co-authored over peer-reviewed publications and over other publications in the areas of HCI, CSCW, data science, visual analytics, machine learning, and astrophysics.
Inshe received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers PECASEthe highest honor bestowed by the US government on outstanding scientists in the early stages of their careers, for her work in collaborative data-intensive science.
Her interdisciplinary background includes over 15 years of software development experience in industry and NASA, and a three-year stint as the founder and CEO of a small company. She has also been a test pilot, aerobatic champion, and medalist at the World Aerobatic Championships, the Olympics of aviation.
She earned her undergraduate degree at Swarthmore College and Ph. She has more than 30 publications in areas of discrete mathematics, including both algebraic combinatorics and graph theory. Many of her work is t with teams of student or junior women researchers.
This new initiative seeks to provide data-driven solutions to current and emerging societal problems, especially as it pertains to the African American community.
Poised to bring new diverse perspectives to data science, Dr. Her research interests include the applications of differential equations to problems in biology and engineering, as well as the development of nonstandard finite difference schemes to numerically solve dynamical systems. She earned her master's and doctoral degrees in mathematics from the University of Connecticut. She held assistant professorships at The College of New Rochelle and the University of Evansville, an associate professorship at Howard University, and most recently, a full professorship at Clark Atlanta University.
Hayley Bertrand Indiana University Bloomington. Nicole Buczkowski University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Maryam Khaqan Emory University. Rachel Knak The University of Arizona. Gage Martin Boston College. Mackenzie Simper Stanford University.
Students interested in presenting a talk or a poster at the conference must complete an application between October 1 and November 15, Students who are listed in applications as co-authors must complete an application by Nov. Students and faculty who will attend as non-presenters must register by Dec. Applications must be submitted by Nov. The registration fee after Nov. No refunds will be given for any registration fees.
Selection of participants will be done according to the following policies:. These policies were crafted to fit a wide range of institutional situations, but nobody can anticipate all possibilities.
If you believe that your situation is sufficiently unusual that it warrants special consideration, please have your faculty advisor contact Alex Zupan, NCUWM Co-Chair, at zupan unl. To provide all participants — undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, speakers, panelists, staff, and volunteers — the opportunity to benefit from the event, NCUWM is committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone, regardless of gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, ethnicity, religion, or other group identity.
NCUWM seeks to provide an opportunity for diverse participants to learn, network, and enjoy the company of colleagues in an environment of mutual human respect. We recognize a shared responsibility to create and hold that environment for the benefit of all. Some behaviors are, therefore, specifically prohibited:. All participants are expected to observe these rules and behaviors in all conference venues, including online meeting rooms and social events. Participants asked to stop a hostile or harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Videos and screen shares must be harassment-free at all times.
Conference participants seek to learn, network, and have fun. Please do so Women want nsa Lewiston Nebraska and with respect for the right of others to do likewise. Please contact deated NCUWM staff identified during the conferenceor any member of the organizing committee whom you are comfortable with, if you believe you have been harassed or that a harassment problem exists.
Any such reports will be investigated immediately and appropriate actions taken, but only if desired by the person who was harassed. Reports will ultimately be directed to the Title IX Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, which will determine and carry out the appropriate course of action, and may consult with and engage other UNL staff, leaders and legal counsel as appropriate. We also want to acknowledge the institutions that provide travel and registration support to their students who attend, which in turn allows us to utilize our NSF support for travel to additional attendees.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author s and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. If you want to know when the application period opens or other brief announcements about the next NCUWM, please subscribe to our list. There will be only a few s each year.
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Invited Guests Dr. Selection of participants will be done according to the following policies: Attendees must be at least 19 years of age at the time of the conference. Each home institution will be tentatively limited to a maximum of six student participants and two faculty participants. We may be able to accommodate additional registrations.
Registration will be closed down once we reach completed undergraduate registrations, and completed faculty registrations, or by December 1,whichever is first. Please us at ncuwm unl. Each home institution will be limited to a maximum of four presenters. Abstracts will be read by the organizing committee, which will select 48 for talks and as many for posters as can be accommodated.
Preference will be given to original research, loosely defined as work that includes some mathematical obtained by the student, possibly with collaborators.
Applicants whose abstracts are selected for either a talk or a poster are presenters ; all other student applicants are non-presenters. Selection of abstracts will be done primarily on merit, except that each home institution will be limited to a maximum of three talks and a total of four presenters. Students chosen as presenters will be accepted to the conference, provided they complete their registration by Nov. All presenters should anticipate being notified of their status by the end of November.
Statement of Appropriate Conduct at NCUWM To provide all participants — undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, speakers, panelists, staff, and volunteers — the opportunity to benefit from the event, NCUWM is committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone, regardless of gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, ethnicity, religion, or other group identity.
Some behaviors are, therefore, specifically prohibited: Harassment or intimidation based on race, religion, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, appearance, or other group status. Sexual harassment or intimidation, including unwelcome sexual attention, stalking physical or virtualor unsolicited physical contact.
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