Mathematics & Computing Building

Room MC 5244

519-885-4567, ext. 37747

The following graphs show gender balance at four levels (undergraduate students, Masters students, PhD students and Faculty members).

**Key Observations**

- At every level, males outnumber females in UW Math.
- At every level, females in UW Math are under-represented compared to females at UW at the same level.
- At each progressive level, female representation in UW Math is lower than at the previous level.
- Over the last ten years, the representation of females in UW Math has increased slowly at the undergraduate, Masters and Faculty member levels.
- The representation of female PhD students in UW Math has not improved since 2008.

**What is the gender balance among Faculty members in UW Math?**

**What is the gender balance among Faculty members at UW?**

**What is the gender balance of PhD students in UW Math?**

**What is the gender balance of PhD students at UW?**

**What is the gender balance of Masters students in UW Math?**

**What is the gender balance of Masters students at UW?**

**What is the gender balance of Undergraduate students in UW Math?**

**What is the gender balance of Undergraduate students at UW?**

**Data Sources**

Faculty data from https://uwaterloo.ca/performance-indicators/faculty-and-staff/faculty

Student data from https://uwaterloo.ca/institutional-analysis-planning/university-data-and-statistics/student-data/student-headcounts

Women in Mathematics

Mathematics & Computing Building

Room MC 5244

519-885-4567, ext. 37747

Mathematics & Computing Building

Room MC 5244

519-885-4567, ext. 37747

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