Diversity in Mathematics: An online summer school for undergraduate women

Start Date
End Date
Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences 
Online program, hosted by institutions in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 
Meeting Type
Summer school 
Contact Name
Malabika Pramanik 


The online summer school is open to female-identifying, non-binary and two-spirit undergraduate students studying mathematics or a related discipline such as computer science, physics and statistics at a university in Canada or in the northwest United States, with at least one year of studies remaining in their program. Priority will be given to second and third-year students. Each participant will receive a certificate of participation for attendance.

Please note that the purpose of the program is to introduce the undergraduate participants to a wide variety of professions and careers, in academia and in industry, where advanced mathematics is used every day with spectacular success. It is NOT a purely research-oriented or purely industry-oriented summer school, rather a sampler of different flavours of mathematics-based careers.

A new component of the program will facilitate online engagement and interaction with high school students who are good at math, who may not have had enough opportunities to learn about the impact of advanced mathematics and who can thrive under the mentorship of bright and strong undergraduate women in STEM.


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