Women in Mathematics
Information for women in mathematics from the London Mathematical Society. Includes events, good practice scheme, grants, and information about the Women in Mathematics Committee.
Committee for Women in Mathematics
Committee of the International Mathematical Union to promote international contacts between national and regional organizations for women and mathematics and to undertake other related activities. The website includes information about organizations, people, events, resources and initiatives of interest to women mathematicians world-wide.
African Women in Mathematics Association
African Women in Mathematics Association (AWMA) is an association whose main aim is to promote women in mathematics in Africa and promote mathematics among young girls and women in Africa. AWMA, a non-profit, international, non-governmental organization was established on 19th July 2013.
The Untold History of Women in Science and Technology
From the White House: Listen to women from across the Administration tell the stories of their personal heroes across the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Share them yourself. Add your own. And honor their legacy in the best possible way: By committing to encourage a young woman to pursue a career in science.
Posters Celebrating Women in Mathematics
Posters (in pdf format) as part of displays during the workshop Connecting Women in Mathematics Across Canada held on December 7-8, 2006 at the Fields Institute.
Girls' Angle: A Math Club for Girls
The mission of this club is "To foster and nurture girls' interest in mathematics and empower them to be able to tackle any field no matter the level of mathematical sophistication." Contains access to the free electronic monthly bulletin.
Black Women in
Web page by Scott William describing the first thirty years of Black Women
doctorates in Mathematics, with information about the women and other
interesting and important historical occurrences.
4000 Years of Women in Science
The stories of creative women of the past. This includes inventors, scholars and writers as well as mathematicians and astronomers.
Distinguished Women of Past
This site has biographies of women who contributed to our culture in many different ways. There are writers,
educators, scientists, heads of state, politicians, civil rights crusaders, artists, entertainers and others. Some were
alive hundreds of years ago and some are living today.
Women Nobel Prize
A list of all the women who have won the Nobel Prize, with links to other
sources and organizations about women in science.
The Nantucket Maria Mitchell
The Maria Mitchell Association is dedicated to furthering
science education, encouraging women in science, and
serving as a science resource for Nantucket Island. Maria Mitchell was one
of America's first great women astronomers.
The PDK Poster Project
The primary goal of this project is to encourage scientific literacy, and to promote the public's awareness and appreciation of science and technology by humanizing the image of research science and scientists. Its other major goal is mentoring women and girls who choose to pursue careers related to the physical sciences and mathematics, and to retain, at the high school and university levels, women who have already chosen such careers. The project represents an intersection between science and art, gender socialization, and education. It visualizes women in science and the role of personal choice in a life in scientific research.
Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
A collection of links about women in the STEM fields, famous and historical women of science, and organizations and programs for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Grandma Got STEM
A blog by Rachel Levy, Harvey Mudd College Mathematics Department, celebrating women's work in STEM.
American Women in Science Before the Civil War
A book by Elizabeth Reed, PhD, 1922, is now available for online reading or free download. The book
contains brief life histories, analyses of writings and a bibliography
of the works of each of twenty-two American women
who published in science before the US Civil War.