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The second (WM)², the World Meeting for Women in Mathematics ,taking place in Saint-Petersbourg on July 5, 2022, July 5th at the Expoforum center, was approved as a satellite event of ICM 2022.

IMU CWM lead the project "A Global Approach to the Gender Gap in Mathematical and Natural Sciences:
How to Measure It, How to Reduce It ?
" funded by the International Science Council (ISC), in cooperation with IUPAC.

The project website, with a summary, up to date news and information, is here.

CWM printers and flyers are available. Here are low resolution versions which you can use for screen display: Poster Flyer

The flyer is two sided and is designed to be folded along vertical lines into three.

Remember Maryam Mirzakhani is an exhibition with 18 original posters. Institutions interested in hosting the exhibition can consult the rules of use and contact CWM at exhibition-cwm@mathunion.org. The exhibition opened at the (WM)², the World Meeting for Women in Mathematics, and remained open during ICM 2018.

CWM Newsletter, Issue 5, May 2021 can be found here.

Content: Editorial by Ekin Ozman, Interview of Motoko Kotani, News from CWM, Other News and Announcements and an article celebrating the ‘50th year of the Association for Women in Mathematics(AWM)’ written by three former presidents of AWM: Georgia Benkart, Kristin Lauter, and Sylvia Wiegand.

Susan Scott co-recipient of the 2020 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science

Professor Susan Scott of the Australian National University was one of four scientists — and the first female physicist — to be awarded Australia's top science prize for their pioneering work discovering gravitational waves opening a new window to the universe.

She shares the $250,000 Prime Minister's Prize for Science with David Blair, of the University of Western Australia (UWA), Peter Veitch of the University of Adelaide, and David McClelland of the Australian National University.

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