Welcome to Women In Mathematics @ UA
The Women In Mathematics group is a community of female math faculty and students who work together to provide support and resources for women in math at The University of Akron. WIM encourages women to pursue studies and careers in mathematics by organizing events such as seminars given by female speakers. The main goal of WIM is to retain more women mathematics students at all levels, from undergraduate through graduate, and to provide them with a strong network of support.
2013 Department of Mathematics Poster Session.
Women in Mathematics Lecture Series
When: Thursday September 18th, 2014 at 3:30pm
Where: Crouse Hall 210
Speaker: Pamela Harris, Department of Mathematical Sciences, United States Military Academy
Title: My journey to a PhD through the study of representation theory of Lie algebras
Abstract: Dr. Pamela E. Harris is a Mexican-American Davies Research Fellow with dual appointments at the United States Military Academy and the Army Research Lab in Adelphi, MD. Her PhD was conferred by the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee in May 2012. In this talk, Dr. Harris will discuss her journey to receiving her PhD and will focus on introducing her research interests, which concern the representation theory of Lie algebras, in particular as this relates to the area of combinatorics.