AARMS held its first Industrial Problem Solving Workshop (IPSW) during the first week of July at Dalhousie University. The four-day workshop was a great success with over 45 participants (6 industry reps, 28 students, 11 faculty) from across Atlantic Canada
Connecting Math to Our Lives and Communities is an AARMS supported outreach initiative focussed on Mi’kmaw and African youth in Nova Scotia. In this article, Dr. Lisa Lunney Borden (St. Francis Xavier) summarizes the 2017-18 edition of the program. On
On May 12-13, 2018, AARMS hosted a camp for over 500 Girl Guides from New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island at the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus. The goal of the camp was to expose girls aged 9-17 to
The AARMS 2018 Spring Newsletter is now available for download.
The following article is about the AARMS-supported conference Symposium for South Asian Women in Mathematics. It was written by Sara Faridi (Dalhousie University) and is re-printed with permission from CMS Notes (Volume 50, No. 2, March-April 2018) What unites us as
The 2017 AARMS annual report is now available for download.
Registration for the 2018 AARMS summer school is now open. More details…
On October 14 the annual AARMS Postdoctoral Fellowship Competition will open for applications. We are seeking to award fellowships to beginning researchers who submit high quality research proposals to be supervised by faculty at AARMS universities in Atlantic Canada. AARMS will award
We are looking for young mathematical scientists with a passion for public outreach and science communication. The AARMS outreach coordinator spends around 50% of their time liaising with academics and educators in Atlantic Canada who are interested in public engagement, as
The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) has just announced its 2018 graduate summer school offerings, see below. Since AARMS is one of MSRI’s academic sponsors, MSRI will cover the travel and local expenses of 2-3 students from our member universities