Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on October 10, 2011

Maybe you should list also lists of female mathematicians organized by associations like the MAA (Mathematical Association of America). I'm a bit biased, as I'm there, but there are several other fora like it (The Grace Hopper celebration comes to mind) and it would be nice to have an encompassing list of sites... More importantly I'd like to mention the Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC) an American conference designed to promote, educate, encourage and support minority women interested in mathematics and statistics (http://ipcmath.org/).

## Women Mathematicians on the other side of the Atlantic

Maybe you should list also lists of female mathematicians organized by associations like the MAA (Mathematical Association of America). I'm a bit biased, as I'm there, but there are several other fora like it (The Grace Hopper celebration comes to mind) and it would be nice to have an encompassing list of sites... More importantly I'd like to mention the Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC) an American conference designed to promote, educate, encourage and support minority women interested in mathematics and statistics (http://ipcmath.org/).