Tenth Annual


February 8-10, 2008


The Conference will give outstanding undergraduate women the opportunity to discuss their own research and to meet other women who share their interest in the mathematical sciences. Conference activities on Friday will occur on the university's city campus, and on Saturday and Sunday at the Lincoln Downtown Holiday Inn, a short walk from downtown Lincoln.

Conference participants will also have a chance to learn about life in graduate school from the perspective of current women graduate students representing math departments from across the country. Although we do not regard this Conference as an appropriate venue for faculty representatives to recruit applicants for their graduate programs, we would like to encourage departments to contact us about sponsoring women graduate students from their programs at the Conference.

We will regularly update this page as plans for the conference are finalized.

Last Minute Notes:
  • Please note that presentations Friday afternoon are in the UNL Student Union Audiotium, and that Friday dinner, and all the conference activities on Saturday and Sunday, are at the Lincoln Downtown Holiday Inn.
  • The conference schedule is available here.
  • The registration date has passed, and all registered participants should have received a confirmation email. If you haven't received any confirmation, please contact Marilyn Johnson at mjohnson11@math.unl.edu or by phone at (402)-472-8822

Distinguished NCUWM Alumnæ:

  • Katherine Bartley
    NCUWM Participant, 2000 and 2001
    PhD, 2006 (Nebraska)
    Currently with: National Security Agency
  • Angela Desai
    NCUWM Participant, 2000
    PhD, 2006 (Maryland)
    Currently with: University of Montevallo
  • Cornelia Yuen
    NCUWM Participant, 2001
    PhD, 2006 (Michigan)
    Currently with: SUNY Potsdam

Guests:
Invited Graduate Students:
  • Martha Gregg, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Emily King, University of Maryland
  • Tracy McKay, Iowa State University
  • Emily Peters, University of California, Berkeley
  • Svetlana Pozanovik, Texas A&M University
  • Paulette Willis, University of Iowa
  • Lynna Yengulap, University of Kansas

The Organizing Committee gratefully acknowledges generous support from the National Science Foundation (through our Mentoring Through Critical Transition Points grant) and the National Security Agency.

Contributed Presentations

NCUWM is a great opportunity for undergraduate women to present their mathematics research to a supportive audience. We have room in the schedule for 48 15-minute talks by undergraduate women and we have a very large capacity for poster presentations. As of December 5, the talk slots are full. We have a very lively poster session, and there are still slots available in it. If you prefer to give a talk but are willing to present a poster, we suggest that you register to present a poster but also send an email to ncuwm@math.unl.edu to let us know. If you have already registered to give a talk and are willing to present a poster instead, please let us know right away!

Registration

  • The conference starts Friday February 8 at 3:30 pm. Check-in for the conference will be available starting at 1 pm Friday February 8 at the UNL City Campus Student Union (at 14th and R, five blocks east and two blocks north of the conference hotel (Holiday Inn) at 9th and P).
  • NOTE: Registration is now closed.
  • Click here to fill in your final details.
  • There is a $30 registration fee ($20 for UNL students), due by January 25, 2008. Sent to:
    Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
    Department of Mathematics
    University of Nebraska -- Lincoln
    203 Avery Hall
    Lincoln, NE 68588-0130
  • Participants are encouraged to make travel arrangements as soon as possible to obtain favorable airfares. Once your arrangements are made, don't forget to fill out your final details info! Click here.
  • To request travel support from the Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, please attach the Travel Support Request Form to an e-mail sent to ncuwm@math.unl.edu. Please make the subject line "Travel Support Request". Please arrange for your academic advisor or Department Chair to send an email to the same address explaining how much support they are able to provide. Your lodging expenses and most of your food expenses during the conference will be covered by the conference.
  • Special accommodations for disabilities, such as sign language interpreters and large print materials, are available on request. Please send your request to ncuwm@math.unl.edu as soon as possible, preferably by December 14, 2007, and in any case by the registration deadline.

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