Connecting Women in Mathematical Sciences to Industry

On September 8-10, 2000, the IMA hosted the workshop,Connecting Women in Mathematical Sciences to Industry, which was attended by over 75 participants, the majority of whom were female math graduate students from around the country.

Workshop Participants |

Students at the opening workshop dinner on Friday night. From left to right: Janet Waldrop (Mississippi State, Math), Leah Berman (Univ. Washington, Math), Meta Voelker (Wisconsin-Madison, Math), Dawn Arnold (Kent State, Math & Computer Science), Mary Patricia Campbell (NYU-Courant), Grazyna Badowski (Wayne State Univ., Math), Suzanne Shontz (Cornell, Applied Math) |

Lynne Parker (ORNL) talking to an unidentified student participant. |

Panel Discussion, from left to right: Suzanne Lenhart (Univ. Tennessee, Math), Bin Yu (UC Berkeley, Math), Sarah Holte (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Ctr), Kathy Brennan (Aerospace), Bozenna Pasik-Duncan (Univ. Kansas, Math) |

Bozenna Pasik-Duncan (Univ. Kansas, Math) checks out the menu while Dorthy Buck (UT Austin, Math) and Diane Jamrog (Rice, CAAM) discuss mathematics. |

Carolyn Cho delivers an interesting talk about modeling osteoporosis. |

Anna Gilbert (far right, AT&T Labs) shares ideas to the breakout group. Also pictured, from left to right: Rosemary Chang (Coastcom), Janet Waldrop (Mississippi State, Math), Dorthy Buck (UT Austin, Math), Mireille Boutin (Univ. Minnesota), and Shu-Jen Huang (Univ. Florida). |

Kristen Nairne (Columbia Univ, Math) and Nilima Nigam (IMA) present ideas from their breakout group. |

Workshop organizers Rosemary Chang (Coastcom) and Suzanne Lenhart (Univ. Tennessee, Math) pose with IMA Director Willard Miller. Margaret Wright (workshop organizer, Lucent) is not pictured. |

- Connecting Women in Mathematical Sciences to Industry
- IMA Home Page
- AWM Biographies Resource Web Page
- Careers That Count: Opportunities in the Mathematical Sciences
- Career Profiles Archives from the AMS-SIAM Nonacademic Careers Bulletin Board

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