Math faculty’s resilience during the pandemic creates opportunities for over 800 students at 32 institutions around the nation. This was made possible by the generous support from Mary P. Dolciani Halloran Foundation and Tensor Foundation.
Tensor Women and Mathematics
This year's recipients are poised to continue in the footsteps of 25 years of successful program coordinators who have made deep and lasting impacts on the math community through their encouragement of girls and women in mathematics.”
Rachelle DeCoste, program director for the Tensor Women and Mathematics program
Tensor Women and Mathematics 2021 Grant Recipients
As the new director of the program, I am excited to work with all of this year’s recipients! We have some exciting programs that will have an extraordinary impact by supporting minoritized groups in the mathematics community.”
Candice Price, program director for the Tensor SUMMA program
Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grants
Every year it is exciting to see the innovative ways in which universities build relationships with local schools, and also involve undergraduate and graduate students and teachers in these projects in meaningful ways.”
Nancy Ann Neudauer, program director for the Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grants program.
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