Congratulations to the 2019 Class of AWM Fellows

Posted on 3/15/19 in News
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Daubechies; Photo by David von Becker

The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) has honored 23 members as AWM Fellows, Class of 2019.  This is the second class of Fellows for AWM aiming to “recognize individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the support and advancement of women in the mathematical sciences.” AWM Fellows are by nomination only and are acknowledged at the annual Joint Mathematics Meetings.  IPAM is proud to congratulate the following IPAM affiliates:

  • Sun-Yung Alice Chang (Princeton), member of IPAM’s Science Advisory Board from 1999-2002
  • Ingrid Daubechies (Duke), organizer and speaker for numerous IPAM workshops, most recently a speaker at the 2016 Green Family Lecture Series
  • Edray Herber Goins (Pomona), panel speaker for 2018 Latinx in the Mathematical Sciences Conference
  • Maria M. Klawe (Harvey Mudd), organizer for Institute for Women and Technology Leadership Workshop
  • Alice Silverberg (UC Irvine), organizer for long program on Securing Cyberspace: Applications and Foundations of Cryptography and Computer Security
  • Audrey Terras (UC San Diego), organizer and speaker for Automorphic Forms, Group Theory and Graph Expansion and Expanders in Pure and Applied Mathematics workshops
  • Judy Leavitt Walker (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), organizer and speaker for 2016 Algebraic Geometry for Coding Theory and Cryptography workshop
  • Ulrica Wilson (Morehouse College, ICERM), organizer for 2016 NSF Mathematics Institutes’ Modern Math Workshop

A complete list of 2019 Fellows can be found here.