The Noetherian Ring connects women

Our mission is to provide support for women in the Mathematics department at Princeton. In particular, this includes creating opportunities to connect and forge relationships between members of the Princeton Math department. As our overall goal is gender inclusivity, we welcome all trans and non-binary people seeking support in the Math Department.

We would love to see you at one of our events

Throughout the year, The Noetherian Ring hosts events on Princeton's campus to provide spaces to connect female Math undergradutes. These events are excellent opportunities to learn more about the Math department. We welcome students with any level of interest, knowledge of math or level of experience in the department. ORF, Physics, Math certificate and other vaguely interested students are also welcome!

Recent Events

Feel free to stop by one of our events on Princeton's campus.

4.03.18 TNR Lunch

You are invited to a luncheon on Tuesday, April 3rd 12:30pm-1:30pm in the Professors' Lounge (PL). The lunch, hosted by the mathematics department and the Noetherian Ring, is an occasion to welcome the new sophomore class of prospective female math majors to the department. We have also invited first year female math students in higher level math courses, junior and senior female math majors. We hope you will be able to come and share your mathematical experiences and perspectives with the undergraduate students.

3.13.18 TNR Lunch

Maria will host a lunch for math department women on Tuesday March 13 at 12:30PM at Prospect House. Come for some good food and company during the midterm week and before you head off to spring break! 3.13 @ 12:30PM in Prospect House

2.21.18 Graduate Student & Faculty Lunch

Math graduate students and faculty are invited to join us for the first 2018 Princeton Women and Math gathering on Wednesday February 21 at 6:00PM hosted by Alice at the IAS Dining Hall (it will be a buffet paid for by the Department). Enjoy good food and company. 2/21 @ 6PM in IAS Dining Hall