MATH FOR ALL in New Orleans 2021

5th-7th March 2021 (moved online)

A friendly and open environment to learn and discuss mathematics!

A Conference on Math Education and Research

Math for all in New Orleans has the purpose of fostering inclusivity in mathematics by holding talks and discussions in both research and education. This conference will be targeted to undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members from all institutions in New Orleans and provide a friendly, open environment to learn and discuss mathematics.

Plenary Speakers

Swapna Mukhopadhyay

Portland State University

Biography Abstract


Kalina Mincheva

Tulane University

View Biography

Swati Patel

University of Warwick

View Biography

Sindhu Unnithan

Xavier University

View Biography


Finding Your Mathematical Passion: What Comes After College? Abbe Herzig, AMS (Abstract)

Create your personal website! Joseph Skelton, Tulane U. (Abstract)

Abbe Herzig

American Mathematical Society


Joseph Skelton

Tulane University


Ethical conduct agreement

One of the main goals of Math For All is to create a welcoming environment for all participants. We wish for every participant to feel welcome, included, and safe at our conference. For that reason, we ask you to be mindful of your words and actions when communicating with others. We all have a bias and make mistakes. With an open mind and a willingness to apologize, we can create a safe space for everybody.

If there is a situation during the conference that makes you feel unwelcome, we ask you to please talk to one of the organizers so we can help you as best as we can.


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Organizers: Keisha Cook, Padi Fuster, Vaishavi Sharma

Undergraduate organizers: Addie Duncan, Riley Juenemann

This conference is funded by a grant through the Institute of Advanced Study, School of Mathematics through the Women and Mathematics program and Lisa Simonyi, by the Tulane University Math Department and by the National Science Foundation DMS-2113829

Background artwork by Kristi Van Dusen