Ada Isabel Maddison (1869-1950) was an English…

Ada Isabel
(1869-1950) was an English mathematician.
Her work focused on differential equations.

She studied at Cambridge and obtained a first-class
degree result in her Mathematical Tripos Exam, but was not awarded a degree on
account of her gender. She later got a resident mathematics fellowship at Bryn
Mawr College, where she received her PhD in 1896. A few years later, she became
associate professor and assistant to the president of the College. She put
together a thorough list of university courses open to women in Canada and the
United Kingdom.