Sonia Kovalevsky Day is an all day, all women, all math event for middle and high school students and is designed to empower the next generation of women mathematicians, scientists, engineers and innovators. The day is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, April 8. There is no registration fee.
The event includes three hands-on workshops on 3D printing, fractals and juggling.
Additionally, there will be a plenary talk given by Dr. Pamela Harris, associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, on the mathematics of juggling and a panel discussion.
The event is sponsored by the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics; Department of Aerospace Engineering; and held in cooperation with the Wichita Public Schools Office of Diversity, Equity and Accountability.