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Awesome Math Girls is an organization dedicated to make mathematics and problem solving more appealing to girls at middle school and high school levels. Awesome Math Girls will strive to motivate, inform and provide tools necessary for girls to perform better in the field of Mathematics and related subjects.
CNN recently published this article based on the research done by Dr. Jessica Cantlon and her team at Carnegie Mellon University. The full report can...
I published this blog orginally on MAA’s MathValues.org in July2019. A paper written by Dr. Man Keung Siu, a professor of math at the University...
I wrote this blog which was originally published on mathvalues.org —– International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is the World Championship Mathematics Competition for high school students....
It’s that time of the year when many of you are researching which middle school summer camps to attend. I have attended a variety of...
As I have written before, mathematics is becoming critical in today’s scientific and technological age. Advanced mathematics is helping with research in understanding our genes,...
As stated on the International Math Olympiad website, “The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is the World Championship Mathematics Competition for High School students and is...
One of the first papers I read when I started observing gender performance gaps in math competitions was The Gender Gap in Secondary School Mathematics at...
I am really excited about the 10th Math Prize for Girls which is scheduled for Sunday, September 23, 2018 on MIT campus in Cambridge. I...
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 – November 18, 2019
AMC 8 (Grades 68)
January 30 and February 5, 2020
AMC 10/AMC 12
AIME I, March 11, 2020
AIME II, March 19, 2020
USAMO April 14 & 15, 2020
“The pipeline for nurturing top math talent in the U.S. is badly broken beginning at the middle school level. Eighty percent of female and 60 percent of male faculty hired in recent years by the very top U.S. research university mathematics departments were born in other countries.”