GirlsGetMath@CSU is scheduled for June 5-9, 2023, from approximately 9am – 4:30pm.
GirlsGetMath@CSU is a free five-day, non-residential summer mathematics program that is open to high school students, regardless of gender. Our program is modeled after GirlsGetMath@ICERM at Brown University’s Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics.
- GirlsGetMath occurs in an encouraging and inclusive environment that builds students’ confidence in mathematics and other STEM-related fields
- GirlsGetMath expands students’ understanding and knowledge of mathematics through computations and experimentations.
- GirlsGetMath provides expert mathematical training and mentoring.
- GirlsGetMath encourages students to explore mathematical topics such as cryptography, data science, the mathematics of voting, geometry, image processing, prime numbers and factoring, and fractals.
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
Dr. Jamie Juul (email@example.com)
Dr. Liz Arnold (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The faculty organizers will be joined by graduate students who will serve as teaching assistants for the program.
There is no tuition fee for summer 2023.
Applications are now closed for GirlsGetMath@CSU in summer 2023.
GirlsGetMath@CSU is supported by the MAA Tensor Women and Mathematics Grant, the Colorado State University Department of Mathematics, and the Colorado State University College of Natural Sciences Dean’s Faculty and Staff Success Program.