Diversity Lunch Series
We are excited to invite you to our inaugural “Diversity Lunch Series”. The goal of this series is to foster a sense of community and an inclusive environment in our department. In this series, we ask some of the speakers of our research seminars who are from historically underrepresented groups in mathematics to share their journey in math and discuss career paths with our graduate students and postdocs.
Our upcoming meetings will be on Thursday December 2nd at 12pm in the lounge where we will have lunch with the Probability Seminar speaker
Evita Nestoridi (Stony Brook)
Lunch will be provided. We hope to see you there!
Our previous meetings:
- on Tuesday September 13th, the Department Colloquium speaker Jinyoung Park (Stanford University),
- on Thursday October 6th, the Igor Krichever Conference speaker Tamara Grava (SISSA)
- on Thursday October 13th, the Algebraic Geometry speaker Svetlana Makarova (UPenn)
- on Thursday November 3rd, the Algebraic Geometry speaker Oishee Banerjee (IAS)
Elena Giorgi, Daniela De Silvia, Giulia Saccà
The Columbia-Barnard Mathematics Departments and the Columbia Statistics Department are proud to invite you to the inaugural Women in Mathematics and Statistics (WiMS) presentation Finding Strength in the Numbers: Growing Up Stories. Our speakers will share their STEM journey and how they are making their mark in their fields. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 13 from 4-6pm at the Brown Institute located on the entry floor of Pulitzer Hall (Journalism School) on Columbia’s Morningside campus.
Speakers: Kristen Gore, PhD, Statistician & Data Strategist, HP, Lindsay Piechnik, PhD, Term Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Barnard College, Alejandra Quintos Lima, Statistics PhD Candidate, Columbia University
Opening Remarks: Tian Zheng, PhD, Chair, Department of Statistics, Columbia University.
Moderator: Daniela De Silva, PhD, Chair, Department of Mathematics, Barnard CollegePrint this page