The School of Mathematics and Statistics at UNSW runs an annual series of free, one-day workshops for female students finishing their high school studies (years 11 and 12). The aim of the workshop series is to encourage female students to consider mathematics as a career.
During the workshop, invited speakers will talk about their careers, and there will be sessions on the practicalities of university life, including information about our courses and degrees, applying for scholarships, programs for talented students. These will be complemented by a tour of the UNSW Kensington campus, including a visit to an undergraduate mathematics lecture. Lunch and refreshments are provided.
The Girls Do The Maths workshop is held in the third week of May. This year's workshop was held on Wednesday 16 May 2018 in the Leighton Hall, Scientia.
Want to know more?
- 2018 Girls Do The Maths flyer
- Campus map (see map ref. G19 for event venue Leighton Hall, Scientia Building, UNSW)
- 2018 SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY
Our 2018 speakers were:
- (Emeritus Professor) Cheryl E. Praeger
- Mr. Miles Green, Animal Logic
- Dr. Jan Zika, UNSW Sydney, School of Mathematics and Statistics
- Dr. Susanna Cramb, ACEMS
- A/Prof Catherine Greenhill, UNSW Sydney, School of Mathematics and Statistics
- List of speakers from previous Girls Do The Maths workshops
- Read about two students' experiences of the workshop: The 2011 Girls Do The Maths Scholarship recipient Dorothy Cheung, and Advanced Maths Honours student Michela Castagnone.
Donna Salopek, Diana Combe, and Alina Ostafe (Coordinators)
Girls Do The Maths
School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW