Here are links to several recent items about math-women:
This link leads to a young mathematician's view of being "a female role model."
Here is a report of a panel at Harvard discussing roles of women in mathematics.
Here is a link to the Women in Maths Facebook page where visitors
may post information and offer support for math women.
Here at mathblogging.org is a place to find all sorts of math-links.
from Ordinary Women Scientists by Mary Alexandra Agner
leave the lab late, flasks washed and waiting,
computer on an overnight crunch job,
warm dinner in the microwave
while wondering at excited water molecules,
wave their kids goodnight, grateful
to the man or nanny who nodded them off,
fall asleep to old friends' emails.
Ordinary women scientists love
the secrets of the ordinary world,
coax and capture them with math and models,
breastfeeding between the lines
of code and chalk notation on the blackboard . . .
Mary Alexandra Agner has written many science poems -- and links are available on her webpage; "Ordinary Women Scientists" has made its first appearance in the anthology, Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupying the Workplace (edited by Caroline Wright, M.L. Lyons & Eugenia Toledo, Lost Horse Press, 2015). Jo Pitkin's poem celebrating Ada Lovelace -- and from this same anthology -- was posted here on July 16, 2015.