## Organizations at MIT

- Graduate Women in Physics
- Laureates and Leaders
- Society of Women Engineers
- Undergraduate Society for Women in Mathematics
- Women’s Technology Program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Girls Angle – A math club for girls

## Career Resources

- American Mathematical Society: Employment Services
- Association for Women in Mathematics – Career Resources
- Building a research career (pdf) (1999)
- CRA-W graduate school information guide (pdf) (1999)
- Getting a job (pdf) (1999)
- Maryville University’s
*Guide for Women in Mathematics: History, Scholarships, and Career Potential*. - National Science Foundation: Resources for Gender Equity in STEM Careers
- Obtaining federal funding (pdf) (1999)
- Perspective from the smaller schools (pdf) (1999)
- Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History: Resources for Women in Mathematics
- Tenure (pdf) (1999)
- Time management and family issues (pdf) (1999)

## Videos

- Journeys of Women in Mathematics (Youtube, 2018)

## Articles

- “Why Are There So Few Women Mathematicians?”
*The Atlantic* - A documentary and a Bollywood film highlight two disparate paths in mathematics (2020)
- A Movement to Close the Gender Gap in Mathematics (2020)
- Women’s History Month from the Notices of the AMS (2018)
- SIAM News: Tribulations and Triumphs of Women in Mathematics (2018)
- ASU’s Erika Camacho wins prestigious presidential award for excellence (2018)
- Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering A 2017 statistical report published by the National Science Foundation (2018)
- 19 Women Leading Math and Physics (2017)
- Computational biology in the 21st century Bonnie Berger (2017)
- Interview with Sheela Devadas, winner of the 2015 Alice T. Schafer Prize for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (2014)
- The Math Gap — MIT News Article – (2009)
- “Has the Women-in-Mathematics Problem Been Solved?” by Allyn Jackson (pdf) (2004)
- Oral History Transcript – Dr. Dorothy Weeks (1978)
- “15 Female Mathematicians Whose Accomplishments Add Up” Mental Floss,
- “Maryam Mirzakhani’s Pioneering Mathematical Legacy”
*The New Yorker* - “Karen Uhlenbeck, Uniter of Geometry and Analysis, Wins Abel Prize”
*Quanta Magazine* - Scholarships for Women, Math Scholarships for Women
- “How Julia Robinson helped define the limits of mathematical knowledge”
*Science News*

## Books

- Pioneering Woomen in American Mathematics: the pre-1940 PhD’s (2009)
- Motherhood, the Elephant in the Laboratory: Women Scientists Speak Out (2008)
- Complexities: Women in Mathematics by Bettye Anne Case and Anne Leggett (2005)
- Women Becoming Mathematicians by Margaret Murray (2001)
- Angles of Reflection: A Memoir of Logic and a Mother’s Love by Joan Richards (2001)
- Women in Mathematics: The Addition of Difference by Claudia Henrion (1997)
- A Convergence of Lives: Sofia Kovalevskaia: Scientist, Writer, Revolutionary by Ann Hibner Koblitz (1983)
- Women in Mathematics by Lynn Olsen (1975)