Fifth Annual

February 7-9, 2003
Registration deadline: January 27, 2003

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 will occur on the university's city campus, a short walk from downtown Lincoln.

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

Plenary Speakers:

  • Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft Research

  • Jean Taylor, Rutgers University

  • Jaclyn Anderson, University of Wisconsin

  • Kristine Bauer, Johns Hopkins University

  • Sue Geller, Texas A&M University

  • Deborah Lockhart, National Science Foundation

  • Oksana Lassowsky, National Security Agency

  • Sarah Stovall, Stephen F. Austin State University

Panel Discussions:
  • Choosing a Graduate School
  • Careers Using Mathematics

The Organizing Committee gratefully acknowledges generous support from the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation.


The schedule is now available.

Note: If you are speaking, please double check the final schedule at the conference for the time of your talk.


Registration is now officially closed and the registration form is no longer available on-line. There may still be room for a few more participants, however. If you would like to register, please send an email to and we will advise you of availability.

Travel registration is online at

  • To log in to the travel page, you will need your unique login code. This code should appear in the confirmation e-mail you received after registering, and it will look like this: janedoe78.
  • Fill out the travel registration form after you have registered for the conference and finalized your travel plans.
  • There is a $30 registration fee ($20 for UNL students). To complete your registration, you need to send a check for the amount of your fee, made out to the Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, to the address below (under "Contact Information").
  • Participants are encouraged to make travel arrangements as soon as possible to obtain favorable airfares.

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