Women in Probability is an organization for women active in probability research in North America. Our primary purpose is to provide networking and mentoring opportunities for early career women.
Our activities are funded by the US National Science Foundation.
Women in Probability organizes various activities to help develop interpersonal contacts which will facilitate early career transitions and ultimately improve the retention of talented women in our field. These activities include
Women in Probability hosts regular networking events at national probability conferences. Please see the Calendar tab for upcoming events.
Early Career Peer Group
The group meets about once a month for online seminars during the academic year. The online meetings feature research seminars and discussions of soft topics relevant to early career researchers intending to continue in academics.
In May 2016, we organized the first meeting in our new series Conference on New Developments in Probability. The inaugural meeting was co-organized with the Department of Mathematics at Northwestern University, in coordination with their Emphasis Year in Probability. CNDP will run about every three years with the next meeting tentatively scheduled for Spring 2019. See the tab above for forthcoming details.
For further information regarding Women in Probability or its activities, please contact us.