Association for Women in Math

Association for Women in Math

Association for Women in Math 

If you like Math and support Women in STEM, then AWM is the club for you! 
Join our growing community for game/movie nights, study sessions, guest speakers, pet therapy and more!
 
Open to all genders and math related majors.
Interested? Reach out to Bella Stefanowicz stefan42@students.rowan.edu or
Jackie Regensburger regens98@students.rowan.edu.

The Association for Women in Math is a non-profit organization founded in 1971. It currently has over 3500 members and more than 100 student chapters around the world. AWM has played a critical role in increasing the presence and visibility of women in mathematics. The association exists to support women in the pursuit of studies and careers in mathematics as well as to promote equitable opportunity and treatment of women within the mathematical sciences. (https://awm-math.org)

The student chapter at Rowan seeks to accomplish this mission as it establishes a community of students who enjoy mathematics and support women in STEM. Students gather for food, conversation, pet therapy, study sessions, game and movie nights, guest speakers, and more. The group is open to students of any gender and any math related major.