Mode: In-Person Title: Insights from biofluidmechanics: A tale of two tails Abstract: I will present recent work on two very different systems at very different scales, both involving fluid flow driven by undulatory motion. The first is a class of … Continued
Association for Women in Mathematics Student Chapter
The Association for Women in Mathematics Chapter at UNC-Chapel Hill, AWMCH, is a registered student organization made up of undergraduate and graduate students. The goal of the chapter is to foster a sense community amongst women in mathematics and promote diversity in the mathematical sciences. Students of any gender are welcome. Information on AWMCH events and activities is distributed through its listserv. Chapter activities include:
- Mentor Network pairing undergraduate mentees with graduate student mentors.
- Girls Talk Math – a two week summer day camp for high schoolers of an underrepresented gender in the Triangle area.
- Public Lectures by female mathematicians.
- Social events
Contact Karin Leiderman if you would like to know more about us!
Phillips 330, unless otherwise noted