“We all have more power than we think we do,” Morgan said. “No matter who you are, you’re capable of making an impact.”
Congratulations to our very own Katrina Morgan and Francesca Bernardi for being the graduate student recipients of the 2018 University Awards for the Advancement of Women. “The awards, created in 2006, honor individuals who have mentored or supported women on campus, elevated the status of women or improved campus policies for them, promoted women’s recruitment and retention, or promoted professional development for women. Graduate students Morgan and Bernardi were honored as the co-founders of Girls Talk Math, a two-week summer day camp to encourage high school girls to consider careers in mathematics. At the camp, the students explore interesting mathematical concepts, learn about the rich history of women in mathematics and create a blog and podcast series. The camp will meet on campus for the third time this summer.” We are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished!
See the below article featured in the University Gazette to learn more about these amazing women.