**The goals of GirlsGetMath@CSU are:**

- to show students that the study of mathematics can be exciting, beautiful, and useful
- to build confidence in students’ mathematical knowledge through engaging and expert mathematical instruction
- to provide an affirming environment that introduces high school students to a variety of career opportunities in which sophisticated mathematical ability plays a key role
- to emphasize the strategic role mathematics plays for success in STEM careers
- to provide students with a support group and expert mentors who are successful undergraduate, graduate students, postdocs, and professionals from the STEM workforce
- to have a positive influence on the way students view their mathematical interest and ability

**Organizers:**

Dr. Jamie Juul (jamie.juul@colostate.edu)

Dr. Liz Arnold (liz.arnold@colostate.edu)

**Instructors:**

The faculty organizers will be joined by graduate students who will serve as teaching assistants for the program.

**Tuition:**

There is no cost to participate. Daily lunch, snacks, and all program materials will be provided.

**To Apply:**

Applications are now closed for summer 2024.

**Funding:**

Support for GirlsGetMath@CSU is provided by the Mathematical Association of America and the Tensor Foundation, the American Mathematical Society Epsilon Fund, and the Colorado State University Department of Mathematics.