Calendar Spring 2020

Date Time Place Description
January 8 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Union Ballroom Get Involved Fair
The Get Involved Fair (formerly known as Spring PlazaFest) is the semi-annual tabling event for Recognized Student Organizations at the U to recruit new members and showcase the incredible contributions they bring to the U. Come and learn about the AWM!
January 24 12:00–1:30 p.m. LCB Loft AWM+SIAM+USAC Celebrate Mathematicians with Disabilities joint with SIAM student chapter at the U of U and USAC
Come hang out over games and snacks! Resources will be available to learn more about and to celebrate mathematicians with disabilities.
January 29 2:00–4:00 p.m. LCB 115 LaTeX Workshop joint with SIAM student chapter at the U of U
A hands-on workshop on LaTeX.
February 6 Workshop with the Defining Your Path - Field Trip Program
With 8th grade students from Eisenhower Jr High. This initiative provides an opportunity for our student chapter to connect with the Salt Lake City community and to continue our efforts towards diversity, equity, and inclusivity in STEM. We have planned a hands-on activity for each group and will have various volunteers from our department interacting with K-12 students.
March 4 Workshop with the Defining Your Path - Field Trip Program
With 4th grade students from Copperview Elementary. This initiative provides an opportunity for our student chapter to connect with the Salt Lake City community and to continue our efforts towards diversity, equity, and inclusivity in STEM. We have planned a hands-on activity for each group and will have various volunteers from our department interacting with K-12 students.
March 18 12:55–1:45 p.m. LCB 225 Applying to Grad School Panel
Get information about how to prepare to apply for math graduate school. Come with questions!
May 20–22 BRIDGES: AWM-RTG Conference
This conference is aimed towards early graduate students and advanced undergraduate students interested in representation theory, number theory, and commutative algebra.
The goal of this conference is to:
  • Foster a sense of community amongst underrepresented groups in mathematics,
  • Introduce possible research areas,
  • Expose the participants to role models and possible mentors.
For more information see the website

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