Women and Mathematics Network

Women Count Conference Application


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An activity of the Mathematical Association of America
Committee for the Participation of Women


Call for Applicants

Applications are invited for participation in a conference in Boulder, Colorado on July 29, 2003 preceding Mathfest 2003. Support for participants consists of a $350 stipend to help defray the costs of travel and lodging.

The participants in the Women Count Conference will be selected from the applications of experienced and prospective program directors. Team entries that pair an experienced director with a prospective director from the same geographic region are encouraged because this enhances the opportunities for continued mentoring following the conference.

Important Dates for Applications

Review of applications will start on June 18, 2003.
Notices of acceptance will be sent out to applicants beginning on June 25, 2003.
Application period closed June

Funding

This conference is organized by the Women and Mathematics Network under the auspices of the MAA Committee on the Participation of Women. Support for this conference is being provided by the Association for Women in Mathematics, the National Security Agency, and the Tensor Foundation.

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Applicant
First Name Last Name Middle Intial
Street Address
City State Zip Code
Email

Affliation
Name
Street Address
City State Zip Code

Team Entry Yes No
If Yes, Enter Name co-applicant

Director Status: If Current, Program Name:

Program Type:

Program Target:

Please include a short statement about your reason for participating.


Would you be interested in giving a 15 presentation on an activity during the conference?
If Yes, provide a short statement about the activity.



Questions

If you have questions on the conference, email questions to Conference Co-organizers: Betsy Yanik, Kathleen Sullivan, Jennifer Hontz, or Virginia G. Kasten

Funding

Support for this conference is being provided by the Association for Women in Mathematics, the National Security Agency, and the Tensor Foundation.

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