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Head Mentoring at Girls’ Angle

Thanks to a grant from the Mathenaeum Foundation, Girls’ Angle is now in the process of hiring a full-time Head Mentor for a minimum of two-years. We are looking for a mathematician who loves to work with K12 students, especially girls. … Continue reading

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Uneasy about math competitions for girls

[This post was contributed by Lauren McGough, Girls’ Angle mentor, advisor,  and treasurer. She just graduated from MIT and will be entering Princeton’s doctoral program in physics this fall.] Last October, I was at the annual Girls’ Angle Chocolate Soirée, … Continue reading

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