All former and present participants in WAM (mentors, students, volunteers) are invited to the 20th Anniversary Celebration for the Women and Math Mentoring Program!
Look forward to cake, compliments from Durham officials, a preview of the WAM video, displays of WAM "stuff" (T-shirts, scrapbooks, mentee projects, the quilt), math and science activities, and surprises for mentors, mentees and parents. It will be a generally good time for all!
Saturday April 29th, 2017
NCCU LeRoy T. Walker Sports Complex
NCCU Campus map is here (select 'Offices
and Services' on the legend on the right to minimize clutter on the map). We have permission to
park in the O'Kelly-Riddick football stadium parking lot which is in between the football stadium
and the Walker Complex. You may park in any of the reserved spaces.
If you don't find parking in this lot, there are several lots in that vicinity that we can use since it is Saturday.
This celebration will be a great chance to reconnect (or newly connect) with former and current WAM participants. Additionally, we will honor and celebrate key members of the WAM community including the mentors, mentor leaders, coordinating team members, special volunteers hosting field trips, speakers at MLB Day and Mcubed, NCCU student interns, financial supporters, and, of course, the mentees. With this support, WAM can continue to give 8th-grade girls the chance to see the many places mathematics, science, engineering and technology can lead them.
As part of our 20th anniversary WAM is making a video! We want a permanent record of the program. We are partnering with Linda Peterson, a videographer, and her daughter, Taylor, a Duke student, who will be keeping track of our program all year. Keep your eyes open and you will see one or both of them at many of our activities.
We want your input to the WAM video!
Former Mentors click here
Current Mentors and Students click here
Contact Paula Sloan or 919-812-5002
|The Math Mentoring Program is funded by Dr. Steve Shafroth, North Carolina Central University, GlaxoSmithKline Inc., Amgen Foundation, and Texas Instruments, Inc, supported by Durham Public Schools, and administered in conjunction with the North Carolina Chapter of the Women And Mathematics Network.|