Welcome to Girls' Angle!

Girls' Angle is...

  • a math club for girls
  • a comprehensive approach to math education for girls
  • a producer of math educational content
  • a supportive community for women and girls who study, use, and create mathematics.
  • a nonprofit founded in 2007

Our Mission

To foster and nurture girls' interest in mathematics and empower them to be able to tackle any field no matter the level of mathematical sophistication.

Announcements

Congratulations to all participants at the 16th Buckingham, Browne, and Nichols Upper School Math Collaboration! Super job!

Read our latest issue of the Girls' Angle Bulletin! For a content summary, please visit our blog. Visit the Bulletin page to access this and past issues.

Girls' Angle President and Founder served on the panel Girls' and Mathematics: reflections and initiatives at the World Meeting of Women in Mathematics conference. Click here for his 10-minute video presentation summarizing an approach to math education we believe can seal the leaky pipeline.

McGill University runs a Girls' Angle math collaboration as a social event for its undergraduate math majors.

Congratulations to all participants at the PROMYS Girls' Math Circle Math Collaboration! A monumental performance for the ages!

Congratulations to Josh Sher for winning the Thirst For Firsts puzzle raffle! We also had a member winner who wishes to remain anonymous.

The latest WIM video has been posted as of July 5, 2020! Watch UCSD Associate Professor Angela Yu discuss conditional probability.

Girls' Angle thanks MathWorks for their continuing support of the Girls' Angle Bulletin.

Check out this app that lets you explore the inscribed equilateral hexagons explained in Inscribed Equialteral Polygons in Triangles by Harned and Rittenberg in Volume 11, Number 2 of the Girls' Angle Bulletin.

Girls' Angle thanks the Mathenaeum Foundation for their generous grant.

Check out this Scientisa interview of Girls' Angle President and Founder, Ken Fan, by Sadaf Atarod.

Read testimonials of our Math Collaborations. Math Collaborations are a fun, mathematically-intense, fully collaborative event type. We can create them to meet a variety of specifications and they can happen anywhere. Contact us if you would like us to make one for you.

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