The Cornell Student Chapter

of the

Association for Women in Mathematics



The goal of the Cornell Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics is three-fold:



The Cornell Student Chapter was established in 2011 and is supported by Cornell's Department of Mathematics .  Our "parent" organization is the Association for Women in Mathematics .


Please note: men are welcome! The title of our group is the Association FOR Women in Mathematics -- and NOT the Association OF Women in Mathematics. As such, any member of the Cornell community who is "for" women in mathematics will be welcome at all chapter events.

Events - Fall 2017

Welcome Tea with Professor Tara Holm. Monday September 4th 2-4pm, Professor Tara Holm's house.
The AWM will be hosting a tea to start out the year at professor Tara Holm's house. This is an opportunity to meet other people who are interested in supporting the AWM and it's goals, and get involved in Cornell AWM events.
AWM Chat with Professor Angélica Osorno (Reed College) . September 14th at 1:30pm, Malott Hall 5th floor lounge  
AWM Chat with Professor Linda Brown Westrick (University of Connecticut) . September 25th at 5pm, Big Red Barn  
MSCF Information Session. September 26th at 4:30pm, Malott Hall 5th floor lounge  
The Chapter, together with the Undergraduate Math Club, is hosting an Information Session given by the Master of Science Computational Finance (MSCF) program at Carnegie Mellon University. They are planning to discuss opportunities students have to leverage their quantitative skills and this relates to one's preparation to apply to graduate school.

Get Involved
We encourage you to get involved in our chapter either by attending events or by getting involved in running the group as well! We are always looking for new people and are very open to ideas for projects and events. 


Chapter Officers

Lila Greco

Ph.D. Candidate, Mathematics

Ayah Almousa

Vice President 
Ph.D. Candidate, Mathematics

James Barnes

Ph.D. Candidate, Mathematics

Smaranda Sandu

Ph.D. Candidate, Mathematics

Prof. Tara Holm

Faculty Advisor 
Professor of Mathematics