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Posted on 06 June 2018

Education

Women in Mathematics


According to the London Mathematical Society (LMS), only 4% of mathematics professors in the UK are female.

This percentage might be a little higher in operational research but still nowhere near 50%. If you would like to see how the LMS is trying to do something about this, there is an interesting booklet available at: http://bit.ly/2GcOefu
Eugenie Hunsicker as initiator and Irina Linke as director have produced a video featuring more than 200 women from across the world who are clearly happy to be mathematicians. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/2G8HKyl If you would like to meet and talk to some women who are active and successful in their mathematics career, you can register for the LMS Women in Maths Days 2018 (30 April and 1 May 2018) which are being held at the Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge. Details can be found at: http://bit.ly/2pCgPor