Inclusion and Outreach
Mathematics has been involved in the WCAS Bridge/Arch Scholars program from its onset. One of the courses (Quantitative Reasoning) is a mathematics course, and has always been taught by a math faculty member (or two).
Begun in July 2021, this 12-month program aims to prepare students from groups under-represented in the mathematical sciences for graduate study. Full tuition and living stipend provided.
Evanston-area middle schoolers engage in enrichment activities in mathematics. While this program does not target under-represented groups, it is free of charge and has no selection criteria. There is typically a high representation of female students involved.
This initiative aims to bring a wider swath of students into the math major by revealing some of the beauty of mathematics to students in courses that focus on applications or mathematics as a prerequisite for study in other disciplines.
The group's activities allow undergraduate women to explore all areas of the discipline and the profession of mathematics.
WIM is an active group of women in the Department of Mathematics at Northwestern University organized in October 2004. The members of the group are faculty, instructors, postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students.