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

Girls' Angle is now seeking applications for the Head Mentor position, a full-time job in math and math education. Candidates must have a doctoral degree in mathematics prior to starting the job. For details, please see our job listing at MathJobs.org where you may also apply for the position. For more on Head Mentoring at Girls' Angle, please read this blog post.

Congratulations to all participants at the Harvard Math Breaker!

Girls' Angle thanks MathWorks for their generous grant in support of the Girls' Angle Bulletin.

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.

Congratulations to all participants in the Orlando Math Circle Math Collaboration!

Congratulations to all participants in the 5th grade Math Collaboration at the Argenziano School in Somerville, MA!

Congratulations to all participants in the 6th grade Math Collaborations at Kent Place!

Congratulations to all 8th graders at Kent Place for deciphering the secret message!

Congratulations to all 7th graders at Kent Place for cracking the code!

Congratulations to all participants at the BE WiSE Math Collaboration at UCSD! Special thanks to Girls' Angle Advisor Dr. Mia Minnes for running the event.

Congratulations to all participants at the Benjamin Brown School math events! We hope you had fun; we sure enjoyed working with all of you!

Congratulations to all participants at the 7th Buckingham, Browne, and Nichols Middle School Math Collaboration! Amazing and wonderful work!

Congratulations to all participants at the 6th Pollard Middle School Math Collaboration! Great job!

Congratulations to all participants at the Ottoson Middle School Math Collaboration! Inspirational!

Congratulations to all participants at SUMIT 2018! You did an awesome job and are all champions!

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.

Congratulations to all participants at the Somerville HS Math Collaboration!

Congratulations to the participants at the Cary Memorial Library Math Collaboration! Super attitude and great perseverance! Excellent job all! Special thanks to Pranavi Boyalakuntla and Fiona Lau for helping to organize and run the event as well as contribute to the puzzle construction and to Jennifer Forgit and the Cary Memorial Library for hosting.

Girls' Angle thanks a donor who wishes to remain anonymous for a generous donation to provide subscriptions to the Girls' Angle Bulletin to certain high schools. Special thanks to Girls' Angle mentor Anna Ellison for doing the invaluable work to oversee this donation.

Girls' Angle thanks Microsoft for their generous grant in support of Girls' Angle Math Collaborations.

Congratulations to the girls of Girl Scouts Troop 79066 for your inspired Math Collaboration performance! Special thanks to Alexis Coleman for organizing.

Congratulations to all Girls' Angle clubbers for solving the end-of-session Math Collaboration!

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.

Girls' Angle thanks the Broad Institute for hosting our club meets for the upcoming academic year!

The latest WIM video has been posted as of January 19, 2014! Watch Depaul University Associate Professor Bridget Tenner discuss Pick's theorem.

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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