WINR Symposium

Brown University hosted WINRS: A Meeting of Math Minds on March 4, 2017. The conference objectives were to introduce students and faculty, in particular women, to ongoing research in New England and bridge gaps between universities. We aimed to connect women in similar mathematical fields, as well as promote collaboration and share strategies for addressing issues facing women and other underrepresented groups in math. The conference was open to everyone, regardless of gender identity. The conference featured two plenary lectures, tutorials on encryption and data science, a panel on effective mentoring, a lunch meeting for the AWM Chapters and those interested in starting an AWM Chapter, and contributed talk and poster sessions. I was one of the four graduate students who helped co-organize the event, and served as the panel's facilitator.

Brown AWM Student Chapter

The Brown AWM Student Chapter's goal is to connect the undergraduate and graduate students in the math and applied mathematics programs. We provide mentoring for the students and hold events to engage students in mathematics and provide them with information about opportunities in mathematics. Please email awm [at] for more information. As of Fall 2017, I serve as the treasurer for the Brown AWM Chapter.

In 2016, the Brown University AWM Student Chapter won the Scientific Excellence award from the Executive Committee of the Association for Women in Mathematics for the WINRS conference we held on March 4,2016.

Rose Whelan Society for Women in Math

Rose Whelan is a group aimed at creating community among the women graduate students in math and applied math. Since 2014, I have been a member of the society, as well as an event organizer. As of Fall 2016, I became the treasurer and listServ manager for the Rose Whelan society. I have helped organize and run final exam prep sessions for introductary math and applied math courses, like calculus, differential equations, and introductary probability and stats, in Dec. 2014, May 2015, Dec. 2015, May 2016, and Dec. 2016, as well as organize other social gatherings for the society members.

Brown University SIAM Chapter

The Brown University SIAM Chapter aims to build community and activity connections between the graduate and undergraduate students. We hold academic, professional, and social events. As of Fall 2017, I am treasurer of the Brown University SIAM Chapter.

Service and Outreach

  • October 2016-Present: Faculty Graduate Student Liaison. Along with two other graduate students, we are responsible to orchestrate faculty-grad interactions and communicate any concerns or suggestions. We also hold a bi-annual student organization budget meeting for the planned events, activities, and seminars that the various student groups want to hold. If you have any concerns, comments, or questions about the Division of Applied Mathematics, feel free to fill out our anonymous form here.
  • Spring 2016-Present: Applied Math Undergraduate/Graduate Mentoring Program. Met with my mentees at least once a month to discuss course selection, opportunities in mathematics and industry, research, and industry.
  • Fall 2011-Spring 2012: Vice President of the Bernard Society of Mathematics.