The Rice University Association for Women in Mathematics presents:

TWIMS 2022

Texas Women in Math Symposium:
Feb 5-6, 2022 at Rice University

About TWIMS 2022

The Texas Women in Math Symposium (TWIMS) is a weekend conference that takes place at a different institution in Texas each year. The next TWIMS will take place in person at Rice University on February 5-6 2022. The ongoing goal of this conference series is to highlight the research and accomplishments of several outstanding late career female mathematicians, as well as provide an opportunity for early career mathematicians to present their work and build a professional network.

TWIMS 2022 will feature two plenary lectures from Dr. Pallavi Dani, an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics at Louisiana State University and Dr. Cristina Villalobos, a Professor of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

Organizing Committee

Dr. Shelly Harvey

Dr. Jesse Chan

Sara Edelman-Muñoz

Rachael Alfant

Bilyana Tzolova

Jaihee Choi

More information

Previous TWIMS

COVID-19 Policies

In person participants must wear a surgical mask at all times when indoors regardless of vaccination status. A KN-95 will be provided to any participant who does not have one.

For more information please see the Rice Campus COVID policies.

TWIMS 2022 is generously supported by:

  • The National Science Foundation

  • The Mathematical Association of America

  • Shell Global

  • Rice University Student Activities Initiative Fund

  • Rice University Department of Mathematics

  • Rice University Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics