PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Below is a list of Dr. Pamela E. Harris's involvement in professional development work for students and faculty.

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Plenary & Keynotes
  • Society for Mathematical Biology, Critical Dialogue & Changing our Landscape, DEI Workshop, March 2021
    Keynote Address - “Critical Transitions: Redefining Your Scope of Work for Equity and Inclusion in STEM
    Co-presented with Dr. Aris Winger

Webinars & Workshops

Part 1: Advocating for Students of Color in Your Classroom, September 2020

Part 2: Advocating for Students of Color in Your Department, October 2020

Part 3: Advocating for Students of Color in Your Institution, November 2020

Part 4: Advocating for Students of Color in the Mathematics Community, December 2020

  • Math SWAGGER Webinar: Lessons Learned
    Co-organized with Drs. Drs. Vanessa Rivera Quiñones, Aris Winger and Michael Young

     

    • September 16 and 22, 2020, open to the public

    • October 23, 2020, Colorado School of Mines

    • October 28, 2020, Arizona State University

  • Fostering Equity in the STEM Classroom - June 2020
    Program led by Dr. Aris Winger, co-facilitators: Drs Pamela E. Harris and Dwight Williams

     

    • Additional webinars in September, October, and November​ 2020
       

  • Tartan Scholars MEDAL Consultations, Carnagie Mellon University, August 2020
    Co-facilitator for event organized by Dr. Aris Winger and Michael Young



Panels & Invited Talks

 

  • Meeting of Mexican Mathematicians in the World, Casa de Matematicas Oaxaca, December 2021
    Charla de genero y diversidad

     

  • Pathways to diversity and inclusion in Mathematics Panel, Pan-American Meeting of the IMU-CWM, November 2021
    Talk and panel on DEI in mathematics

     

  • Book Club Meeting, Appalachian State University, November 2021
    Advocating for Students of Color, with Aris Winger

     

  • Latinx Mathematicians Research Community Professional Development Session, November 2021
    Finding your place at a Liberal Arts College

     

  • Special EDI-tion Colloquium, Cardiff University, November 2021
    Avoiding the academic savior complex: How to be better mentors

     

  • AWM Teaching and Diversity Seminar, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, November 2021
    Avoiding the academic savior complex: How to be better mentors

     

  • SACNAS, October 2021
    Panel moderator for Testimonios: Stories of Latinx and Hispanic Mathematicians, with Andrés Vindas-Meléndez

     

  • We Speak: Presidents, AWM virtual panel, October 2021
    Representing Lathisms

     

  • Murray State University, October 2021
    Faculty Focus Groups & Fostering Faculty Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Through Advocacy, with Aris Winger

     

  • 2021 PIMS-UBC Math Job Forum for Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students, October 2021
    Finding your place at a Liberal Arts College

     

  • Lunch in the Time of COVID Series, October 2021
    On Advocating For Students Of Color In Mathematics, with Aris Winger

     

  • Mathematical Congress of the Americas, July 2021
    Panelist for event organized by the Comisión de Género y Diversidad de la Unión Matemática de América Latina y el Caribe (UMALCA)

     

  • The Science of Mentoring, MSRI Academic Sponsors Meeting, March 2021
    Co-presented with Dr. Abbe Herzig 

     

  • On advocating for Students of Color in Mathematics, High Point University, March 2021
    Co-presented with Aris Winger

     

  • Supporting Students of Color in Mathematics, Looney Math Consulting,  February 2021
    Co-presented with Aris Winger

     

  • Finding and Amplifying Our Voices: Mathematically Gifted and Black, Lathisms, and Pacific Islanders in Mathematics
    Panel at Joint Mathematics Meeting 2021,  January 2021

     

  • Belonging in Science And How the Science Community Can Better Address Racial Inequality
    SACNAS @ Genentech, September 2020

     

  • Women of Color Succeeding in STEM, STEM for Her, August 2020
     

  • The People - Advancing Math Education Panel,  August 2020