Building the Next Generation of Women Leaders in Mathematics
The EDGE Program, funded primarily by the National Science Foundation, is designed to strengthen the ability of women and minority students to successfully complete graduate programs in the mathematical sciences.
Increased diversity in the mathematics community will ultimately strengthen U.S. competitiveness in mathematics and science and allow people from all backgrounds and cultures to thrive, advance, and contribute to the profession.
EDGE provides multiple immersion and networking opportunities, including:
- Two core courses in analysis and algebra/linear algebra;
- Mini-courses in vital areas of mathematical research in pure and applied mathematics;
- Short-term visitors from academia and industry;
- Graduate student mentors;
- Problem sessions.
Read More > The EDGE Summer Program.
Ongoing Mentoring and Support Network
EDGE sponsors five regional Mentoring Clusters for women in the mathematical sciences. Following the EDGE summer program, an ongoing mentoring program and support network is established with the participants’ respective graduate programs.
Read More > Mentoring Clusters