## Departments & Institutes

### AWM Programs

- Meetings in cooperation with AWM.
- For graduate students and recent PhDs.
- AWM Mentor Network for recent PhDs, graduate students, undergraduates, high school and grade school students, and teachers.
- AWM Student Chapters for graduate students and undergraduates.
- AWM Teacher Partnership for teachers of mathematics at all levels and mathematicians.
- Kovalevsky high school and middle school days.

### Examples of Informative Department Web Pages

- MIT Women in Mathematics celebrates the female students, postdocs, and professors of mathematics at MIT.
- What you can do with a degree in mathematics gives career information and describes careers of some University of Nebraska alumni.
- Smith College alumnae with mathematical careers.
- Harvey Mudd College alumni page.

### Examples of Conferences at Departments & Institutes

- Kovalevsky Day for high school girls and their teachers at Western Oregon University.
- Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics.
- Connections for Women workshops at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
- Infinite Possibilities Conferences are designed to promote, educate, encourage and support minority women interested in mathematics and statistics.
- Afternoon in Honor to Cora Sadosky at the University of New Mexico.
- AWM 40th Anniversary at Brown University

### Prizes, Awards

**Undergraduates**

- AWM Schafer prize
- AWM essay contest
- AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan prize
- Putnam exam
- ASA student paper competitions for undergraduates and graduate students.

**Faculty**

- AWM–Birman research prize in topology and geometry highlights exceptional research in topology/geometry by a woman early in her career.
- Mary Ellen Rudin young researcher award recognizes talented young researchers in any of the areas central to topology.
- AWM–Microsoft research prize in algebra and number theory highlights exceptional research in some area of algebra by a woman early in her career.
- AWM–Sadosky research prize in analysis highlights exceptional research in analysis by a woman early in her career.
- Michler prize is awarded annually to a woman recently promoted to associate professor or an equivalent position in the mathematical sciences.
- Kovalevsky lecture at SIAM meeting.
- Noether lecture at JMM.
- Falconer lecture at Mathfest honors women who have made distinguished contributions to the mathematical sciences or mathematics education.
- Hay award for contributions to mathematics education.
- Humphreys award for mentorship of undergraduate women in mathematics.
- AMS prizes and awards
- MAA awards
- SIAM prizes, awards, lectures, and fellowships
- ASA awards and recognitions

**Departments**

- AMS award for exemplary program or achievement in a mathematics department
- AMS award for programs that make a difference

### Other Resources

**K–12 Education**

- Common Core State Standards
- Common Core State Standards FAQs
- Statement of support for the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics from presidents of 15 mathematical societies (including AWM).
- The AWM Teacher Partnership connects teachers of mathematics and mathematicians.
- Many mathematicians are involved with math circles for students or for teachers. The National Association of Math Circles lists locations of math circles for students. The Math Teachers’ Circle Network lists locations of math circles for teachers.
- The Women and Mathematics Network is a consortium of program directors of outreach programs for girls.
- Pi Mu Epsilon is dedicated to the promotion of mathematics and recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding. To promote mathematics, the National Pi Mu Epsilon Council sponsors an annual conference in conjunction with the Mathematics Association of America’s annual MathFest. Traditionally, this conference occurs the first weekend of August. Undergraduate members of Pi Mu Epsilon are encouraged to give a 15 minute presentation on a mathematical topic of interest. Local chapters are listed here.
- Kappa Mu Epsilon, mathematics honor society for undergraduates at four-year colleges and universities holds national and regional conferences. See Yanik, E. (2012). Another mathematics honor society: Kappa Mu Epsilon.
*AWM Newsletter*, 42(2), 21–22. - Mu Alpha Theta, national honor society for high school and two-year college students, holds national and regional conferences. See Lenhart, S. (2011). FUN with Mu Alpha Theta.
*AWM Newsletter*, 41(2), 31.

**Undergraduate Education**

- See the Faculty and Departments section of the MAA programs webpage for links to curriculum and department guidelines and recommendations.
- The National Science Foundation provides funding for colleges and universities to run Research Experiences for Undergraduates.
- NSF’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program provides funding to institutions of higher education to provide scholarships, stipends, and programmatic support to recruit and prepare STEM majors and professionals to become K–12 teachers.
- Information about careers, education, and salary for mathematics teachers by state from http://www.mathteacheredu.org.

**Postdoctoral Education**

- Family-friendly resources for postdocs from the National Postdoctoral Association.

**Faculty**

- Creating a Family Friendly Department: Chairs and Deans Toolkit from the University of California.
- Videos on implicit bias from the Association for Women in Science AWARDS project.
- Dual-career couples resources from Stanford’s Clayman Center list university programs and institutional consortia.

### Studies, Reports

- Many types of statistics are available from the National Science Foundation, for example, how many women earn baccalaureates in mathematics each year. These and other information are published biennially in two reports: Science and Engineering Indicators and Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering, both of which are available from the National Science Foundation’s statistics website.
- AMS survey of mathematics and statistics departments is conducted annually. This includes faculty salaries and demographics, PhDs granted, and graduate enrollment.
- CBMS survey of mathematics and statistics departments is conducted every five years. This includes faculty demographics, undergraduate course enrollments, and number of mathematics and statistics baccalaureates granted.
*Talking about Leaving: Why Undergraduates Leave the Sciences*was a study of seven colleges and universities published in 1997. A replication of this study is in progress.*The Mathematical Education of Teachers II*, a report from the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences on teacher preparation and professional development.- For information about The Statistics Education of Teachers, a forthcoming report from the American Statistical Association, see http://cbmsweb.org/Forum5/Franklin.pdf. When it appears, the report is likely to be available at http://www.amstat.org/education/publications.cfm.
- Promoting Diversity at the Graduate Level, a report from a workshop at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
- Accelerating Change for Women Faculty of Color in STEM: Policy, Action, and Collaboration, a report from the Institute for Women's Policy Research.
*Seeking Solutions: Maximizing American Talent by Advancing Women of Color in Academia: Summary of a Conference*, a report from the National Research Council.*Advancing Diversity in the US Industrial Science and Engineering Workforce: Summary of a Workshop*, a report from the National Academy of Engineering.*A Forgotten Class of Scientists: Examining the Parental and Family Benefits Available to Research Trainees**Dual-Career Academic Couples: What Universities Need to Know**Why So Slow?: The Advancement of Women*