The London Mathematical Society’s Women in Maths Day 2012

Please see below for a message from Elizabeth Fisher about the London Mathematical Society’s Women in Maths Day 2012.

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Dear All,

The London Mathematical Society’s Women in Maths Day 2012 will be held on Friday 27 April at De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1B (Nearest tube: Russell Square).

For poster, see:

http://www.lms.ac.uk/content/forthcoming-women-mathematics-day

This annual event is aimed at bringing together women in all areas of mathematics for a day of talks and discussion groups – please note, men are certainly not excluded from this event.
The speakers this year are Jennifer Scott (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), Rachel Camina (Cambridge) and Christina Goldschmidt (Oxford)
The day is particularly aimed at postgraduates, final year undergraduates and those who are an early stage in their career. It provides a valuable opportunity to meet and talk with women who are active and successful in mathematics. While women are especially encouraged to attend this day, men are certainly not excluded.
The event is free to all students and £5 for all others (payable on the day).
Please find attached a poster which gives further details of how to register for this event and I would be grateful if you could send the poster to any students and post-docs who you think might be interested.
With many thanks and best wishes,
Elizabeth
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Elizabeth Fisher
Grants and Activities Administrator
London Mathematical Society
De Morgan House
57-58 Russell Square
London WC1B 4HS
United Kingdom

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