Welcome to Princeton's Noetherian Ring.
The Noetherian Ring is an informal organization for the Princeton math department's women at all levels, from freshmen to senior faculty. It offers opportunities for female mathematicians to interact with one another in many different forums, with the goal of building networks of support.
The 2014-15 Noetherian Ring organizer is Kathleen Emerson (kje at math).
This website also hosts information on Princeton's Mentoring Möbius, a comprehensive mentoring program for undergraduates interested in mathematics. Founded in 2006 by the Noetherian Ring, this program has since 2009 been open to men as well as women.
The 2012-13 Mentoring Möbius contact is Alison Miller (abmiller at math).
Last updated October 30, 2014
Web site and all contents Copyright Noetherian Ring, Princeton University 2007, All rights reserved.
Free website templates