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Our Society:

The Emmy Noether Society aims to promote women studying mathematical sciences.

We host talks from female mathematicians and informal events between students and academics.

If you are a woman studying maths, then do come along to our events and see what we can offer you. If you are not a woman, or you don't study maths, then you are welcome as well!

Other Organisations:

The London Mathematical Society, is dedicated to promoting women in the mathematical sciences through their Good Practice Scheme.

Many departments across the UK are now working towards the Athena Swan Awards, which recognise diversity and supporting women in STEMM subects.

Cambridge also has a dedicated group, Cambridge AWiSE, for female academics.

In the News:

As part of International Womens' Day, the BBC published an article celebrating Mary Cartwright, an eminent female mathematician from Girton College.

A report on the first ever survey concerning women in mathematical sciences was launched at the House of Commons on 27th February 2013. The report examines existing areas of good practice and enables benchmarking against the national picture.

Last updated 17 March 2013 by the Webmaster