Funded by the Committee for Women and Diversity in Mathematics and hosted externally, Women and Non-Binary People in Mathematics Days are annual events for women (including trans women) and non-binary people in mathematics to meet for a day of talks and discussion groups. The talks are given by women and non-binary mathematicians from a range of disciplines, who are at various stages in their careers.
The events are aimed at postgraduates, final-year undergraduates and those at an early stage in their career, and are an opportunity to meet and talk with women and non-binary people who are active and successful in mathematics. Talks may be research-focused or be around topics such as career development, or be a mixture of the two. Although the events are focused around women (including trans women) and non-binary people, all should be welcome and encouraged to attend.
Individuals or groups interested in organising and hosting a Women and Non-Binary People in Mathematics Day may submit a grant application. The maximum grant per organiser is £1,000 and usually two grants are awarded each academic year.
Applying for a grant to host a Women and Non-Binary People in Mathematics Day
- Grant guidelines (please refer to these before making an application)
- Application form (Word)
- Application form (PDF)
Applications must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The call for applications is usually issued in August and the decision is made in September or October. The event is expected to take place in the following year between January and July.
Read more about previous Women in Mathematics Days here.