We are officially in the home-stretch, everyone… Happy April! This is an incredibly exciting week for WIMS, as we will be holding a SPECIAL EVENT in place of our regular meeting this Thursday! Join us this Thursday, April 4th from 6:30-8:00 pm in the Rosa M. Ailabouni Room of the Ohio Union. We will be hosting two individuals from the Department of Mathematics’ Diversity and Departmental Climate Committee, Dr. Angelica Cueto and Dr. Daniel Thompson. We will have PIZZA and REFRESHMENTS for a reception, which will take place during the first half hour of the event, followed by a presentation and discussion on diversity and related topics in the context of higher education. See the attached flyer for more details!
Members and non-members, including students and faculty of any department, are invited to join the discussion for this exciting event! Feel free to share the our flyer with friends, peers, and/or colleagues!
Please RSVP at: go.osu.edu/wims to best help us prepare for the event (read: so we know how much pizza to order). Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!
Have a great week, & see you Thursday!
Welcome back from break, WIMS!
Our next meeting will be this Thursday, March 21st from 6:30-8:00 pm in the Rosa M. Ailabouni room at the Ohio Union. We will be having our usual mentoring session as well as hosting Dr. Jennifer Sinnott of the OSU Department of Statistics.
We will also be holding our 2019-2020 board position elections! Check your emails or contact us at email@example.com for details specific positions and how to apply. This is an amazing opportunity to impact the community and develop your leadership skills! Applications (+resume) are due to firstname.lastname@example.org by tomorrow at midnight. Please come prepared with an elevator speech to our meeting on Thursday.
See you Thursday!
Our annual outreach event with the Girl Scouts of Ohio is right around the corner! On Saturday, March 2nd, we will be hosting over 50 girls for our “Detective for a Day” workshop, which allows them to use their math, science, and analytical skills to solve a mystery, culminating in their earning of the Detective Badge.
We need your help to continue our event’s success! Please fill out this Google form to sign up to volunteer. Feel free to invite your friends if they are interested in this awesome event and/or are in need of service hours.
Please plan to arrive around noon the day of to help set up. The event will run until around 4 pm, after which we will clean up and return the room to its original condition (this should not take more than a half hour or so). A brief training session will be MANDATORY and will take place during our next meeting: Thursday, February 28 @ 6:30-8:00 pm in the Rosa M. Ailabouni Room (Union).
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Our next meeting will be this Thursday, February 7th from 6:30 pm- 8:00 pm in the Rosa M. Ailabouni Room on the 3rd floor of the Ohio Union. We will have our usual mentoring session followed by a presentation from our speaker and faculty advisor, Dr. Adriana Dawes, about patterns in biological systems and how we can use math to understand them.
Also, our BLAZE PIZZA FUNDRAISER is this WEDNESDAY! Please show the flyer (check out our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/386390311921511/) printed or on your phone when you get Blaze from 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm this Wednesday, February 6th.
See you this week!
Welcome back to school, WIMS!
Our first meeting of the spring semester, Thursday, January 10th from 6:30-8:00 pm @ the Rosa M. Ailabouni Room on the 3rd floor of the Ohio Union, will be focusing on goal setting for the new semester/new year. We will also have our regular mentoring session.
Attached is the WIMS newsletter for details on outreach, meetings, the SP19 textbook exchange, and if you would like to recommend a speaker!
Ladies! Check out this fantastic opportunity to learn more from professionals in the field and network (description and how to REGISTER for FREE are below). This night includes parking, dinner, a panel discussion, and networking! Don’t miss out on:
Unhidden Figures: A Panel Discussion on Women in STEMM
Longaberger Alumni House
The 2016 film “Hidden Figures” drew renewed attention to the challenges and successes of early women in STEMM fields. However, women still face reduced opportunities, inequality, sexism, and harassment while pursuing education and careers in STEMM.
The Ohio State University Women in STEMM Alumni Society invites students and alumni to attend a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Nicole Nieto of the OSU ADVANCE office, along with current OSU STEMM faculty, on how to build on the awareness generated by the success of “Hidden Figures“. Afterwards, attendees will have the opportunity to network.
Our distinguished panel includes:
Nicole Nieto, PhD – Program Director, Ohio State ADVANCE
Kim Burton, P.E., AICP CTP, LEED AP ND – Associate Professor of Practice, City and Regional Planning; President/Owner, Burton Planning Services
Monica Cox, PhD – Professor & Chair, Department of Engineering Education
Andrea Grottoli, PhD – Professor, School of Earth Science
Elizabeth Newton, PhD – Executive Director, Battelle Center for Science, Engineering, and Public Policy
Tanya Nocera, PhD – Assistant Professor-Clinical, Biomedical Engineering
Registration is required to attend: $5 for alumni and free for current undergraduate and graduate students. Event registration includes parking at Longaberger, pizza and soft drinks, panel discussion, and networking afterwards. Familiarity with the film or original book is not necessary to attend and benefit from this event. We welcome all who support women in STEMM.