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"Math Maker" of the months May and June 2023 by DMV

Former CWM chair Marie-Francoise Roy is awarded with the title "Math Maker" of the months May and June 2023 by DMV, the German Mathematical Society. She is known for her work and books on algorithms for real algebraic geometry. She is a member of several associations for the advancement of women in mathematical and general scientific and technical studies and careers. She is also a member of associations working for scientific development in Africa, particularly in Niger. Reasons enough to award the dedicated mathematician for her numerous activities.

First Annual Yulia’s Dream Virtual Conference on May 14-15, 2023

Yulia’s Dream is dedicated to the memory of Yulia Zdanovska, a 21-year-old graduate of the National University of Kyiv, a winner of the 2017 European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad, and a teacher for the “Teach for Ukraine” program who was killed by a Russian-fired missile in her home city of Kharkiv. Yulia’s Dream is a free remote mathematics enrichment and research program for exceptional high school students from Ukraine.

3rd Meeting for Latin American Women in Mathematics

The Meetings for Latin American Women in Mathematics aim to strengthen the Latin American network of women in mathematics. The 1st edition took place in Mexico in 2016, and the 2nd edition took place in Chile in 2018. The 3rd one will take place in Tunja, Colombia, on June 2-4, 2023, and is supported by CWM.
More information here.


Marie-Françoise Roy's article about CWM and the (WM)² in the Notices of the AMS

The March 2023 issue of the Notices of the AMS celebrated the Women’s History Month, and included an article by Marie-Françoise Roy, former chair of CWM. The article, entitled "Building a Worldwide Community of Women Mathematicians", describes one of the main initiatives of CWM: the World Meeting for Women in Mathematics (WM)².

Mathematics in the Southern Cone 2 - Application for 2024

Mathematics in the Southern Cone is a collaboration workshop between researchers on currently unsolved mathematical problems. The focus is on working together to make progress on current problems, rather than simply presenting results as usual. This proposal invites individuals of all genders to participate in the groups, which will be led by female researchers to encourage gender diversity in research leadership and promote the work of female researchers in the region.

Call for Mentors for secondary school Girls in Mathematical Sciences Program

The Girls in Mathematical Sciences Program (GMSP) by AIMS Ghana is a nine month program for secondary school girls in Ghana to nurture their talents in the mathematical sciences. The mode of delivery is hybrid with monthly online masterclasses by scientists on their research areas and recent open problems.
More details here.

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