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This is the Mathematics Department at the University of Arizona's postdoctoral program. Currently, about 30 postdoctoral fellows are involved in the teaching, research, and outreach efforts of the department. Each postdoc is mentored by a tenure-track faculty member, who provides guidance on professional development and on career choices. The program itself is overseen by a faculty coordinator.
Field Specific Organizations
The blog is discusses issues pertaining to marginalized and underrepresented groups in mathematics.
The aim is to challenge the traditional ideas of success in mathematics by sharing how we have defined success for ourselves both personally and professionally. By sharing these stories, we can empower others to pursue their life choices unapologetically while building a community of math mamas.
A blog for and by math grad students.
Read about Mathematicians
An online archive of first-person stories by and about Chicano/Hispanic and Native American scientists with advanced degrees in science.
Lathisms was founded in 2016 in order to showcase the contributions of Latinx and Hispanic mathematicians during Hispanic Heritage Month, which is celebrated in the United States from September 15 and October 15 every year. During this time we featured/revealed a prominent Latinx/Hispanic mathematician daily, providing a biography and information on their research, teaching and service contributions.
Mathematically Gifted and Black
This website highlights the contributions and lives of Black mathematicians. This page was inspired by the work of Lathisms and emboldened by the film Hidden Figures.