Women in Math
I am the Organiser for Women in Mathematics at Bristol, and also a member of the Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee in the school of mathematics.
I am a member of the European Women in Mathematics association and acted as their coordinator for Finland before moving to Bristol. As such I organised the Women in Mathematics Colloquium at Aalto University in Spring 2017.
I also participated in the Institute of Advanced Studies' Women and Mathematics Program: Curves, loops and words in geometry, in May 2016, as a teaching assistant as well as a co-organizer of the program's research seminar.
I strongly support this Statement of Inclusiveness.
University of Bristol related events and links:
- Women and Non-binary People in Mathematics lunch: Every Tuesday 1-2pm, Howard House, 2nd floor seminar room. Open to all graduate students, post-docs, academic and professional staff who self-identify as female or as non-binary.
- Women in Mathematics: Opportunities for the future. November 6-7 2018, School of Mathematics, University of Bristol. The aim of this event is to encourage students of mathematics who identify as female or non-binary to pursue a PhD degree in mathematics. (Part of the event is open to all students. See link above for details and to register.) Poster
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: Women in STEMM
Some other relevant links:
- EWM (European Women in Mathematics)
- LMS Women in Mathematics Committee
- AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics)
- Women in Math Project
- IAS Women and Mathematics program (a yearly mentoring program and summer school held at IAS/Princeton)
- Gender Bias in Academe: An Annotated Bibliography of Important Recent Studies (by Danica Savonick and Cathy N. Davidson hosted by the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University)
Image: by Henri Matisse