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McKelvey School of Engineering

Featuring Truth Values

Wednesday, December 8 | 4:00 PM

Performing artist, women’s equality activist, and former mathematician Gioia De Cari was recently featured in the Association for Women in Mathematics's We Speak series in "Perspectives on Women in STEM from a 'Recovering Mathematician.'" She will discuss her work creating the play and soon-to-be film "Truth Values: One Girl's Romp Through M.I.T.'s Male Math Maze" and founding the Truth Values Community, which aims to create a profoundly supportive environment for women in STEM through an innovative pairing of science and the arts. You can learn more about "Truth Values" and the Truth Values Community here: https://www.truthvalues.org/ and Gioia De Cari here: www.GioiaDeCari.com.

This event is co-hosted through the WashU Undergraduate Math Seminar and the WashU Szego Seminar, and anyone is welcome to attend.

Email adeli.hutton@wustl.edu for Zoom information.

Event Type

Concerts & Performances, Lectures & Presentations, Seminar/Colloquia


Arts & Sciences


Arts & Culture, Science & Technology



Mathematics and Statistics
Event Contact

Adeli Hutton | adeli.hutton@wustl.edu

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