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AWM Event at Virginia Tech

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), the AWM chapter at Virginia Tech will host a number of research talks by four of our very own faculty members. These research talks are aimed toward undergraduate students interested in research.


We hope you will join us for the chance to learn more about research from Dr. Lauren Childs, Dr. Julianne Chung, Dr. Rachel Arnold, and Dr. Gretchen Matthews. Each speaker will give a 30-minute presentation followed by a Q&A session with students. 
On Monday, March 29:
  • “Modeling Infectious Disease Dynamics” by Dr. Childs from 5-6pm EST.
  • “Inverse Problems: What are they and why are they so difficult to solve?” by Dr. Chung from 6-7pm EST.
On Tuesday, March 30: 
  • “The Cognitive Gap in Mathematical Induction” by Dr. Arnold from 5-6pm EST.
  • “Protecting Data with Polynomials” by Dr. Matthews from 6-7pm EST. 

We hope to see you there!! Please register for the event here:

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