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! 
Open to all genders and any math related majors.
Interested? Reach out to Bella Stefanowicz or
Jackie Regensburger

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. (

The student chapter at Rowan University seeks to build a safe space and tight community of students and faculty who enjoy mathematics and support women and non-binary persons pursuing STEM related careers. Students gather for food, conversation, pet therapy, study sessions, game and movie nights, guest speakers, and more.

Spring 2023 Meetings:

February 15th (Valentine's Day theme) - 5:15pm in James 3091B

March 8th (Pi Day theme) - 5:15pm in James 3091B

March 29th (National Women's Month theme) - 5:15pm in James 3091B

April 19th (Destress and Relaxation theme) - 5:15pm in James 3091B

Study sessions are held in the library every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30-7:30pm. 

Events and Activities:

Game/movie nights, study sessions, guest speakers, pet therapy, Saxbys coffee and breakfast run, and more!

Club Organizers (2022-2023):

Bella Stefanowicz (sophomore), Jackie Regensburger (sophomore), Carly Dougherty (junior), Soorya Baliga (freshman), and Jessica Rippman (freshman).

Advisor: Professor Shannon Miller


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