Mathematician
Funding
Awarded 2023

NSF REU Site: Combinatorics and Coding Theory in the Tropics, University of Puerto Rico, Ponce, $435,207, 20242026. PI: Fernando Piñero and CoPI: Pamela E. Harris,
Awarded 2022

NSF MPSASCEND EM ($997,128), 9/1/20228/31/2025, A Postdoc Community of Mentoring and Networking, Carnegie Mellon University.
PI: Michael Young, CoPIs: Pamela E. Harris, Tera Jordan , Moses Ntam, and Jennifer Ross 
NSA Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics, Iowa State University, Iowa
$24,921, 20232024 PI: Steve Butler, CoPIs: Pamela E. Harris, Bernard Lidicky ́, Tyrrell McAllister, and Florian Pfender, Awarded fall 2022.
Awarded 2021

Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship, $13,601, 20212022
Parking Functions and Combinatorial Structures, Williams College 
American Institute of Mathematics, SQuaREs, 20212024
Peak and Descent Polytopes PIs: Federico Castillo, Anastasia Chavez, Alexander DiazLopez, Laura Escobar, Pamela E. Harris, and Erik Insko.
Awarded 2020

National Science Foundation, Timed for a Successful Career: NSF/AWM Travel Grants for Women in Mathematical Sciences, Association for Women in Mathematics, DMS #2015440, $499, 278.00, 7/1/202206/30/2023.
PI: Lily Khadjavi, CoPIs: Shari L. Moscow, Anna L. Mazzucato, Rebecca E. Garcia, and Pamela E. Harris. 
TensorSUMMA Grant, 20202021 Lathisms: Latinxs and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences, $2,500, Williams College. PI: Pamela E. Harris, CoPIs: Luis Sordo Vieira, Alicia PrietoLangarica, Vanessa RiveraQuinones, Rosaura Uscanga, and Andres R. Vindas Meĺendez.
Awarded 2019

TensorSUMMA Grant, 20192020 Lathisms: Latinxs and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences, $6,000, Williams College. PI: Pamela E. Harris, CoPIs: Alicia PrietoLangarica, Gabriel Sosa, Luis Sordo Vieira, Vanessa RiveraQuinones, Rosaura Uscanga, and Andres R. Vindas Meĺendez
Awarded 2018

National Security Agency, Enhancing the Mathematical Sciences Component of the 2018 SACNAS National Conference, 20182019, Villanova University, $24,920. PI: Alexander DiazLopes, CoPI: Pamela E. Harris and Luis Melara

American Mathematical Society, $3,300, February 2018
Travel grant for 2018 International Congress of Mathematicians 
TensorSUMMA Grant, 20182019 Lathisms: Latinxs and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences, $5,851, Villanova University. PI: Alexander DiazLopez, CoPIs: Pamela E. Harris, Alicia PrietoLangarica, Gabriel Sosa

AWMADVANCE grant travel award $1,200, January 2018
Awarded 2017

National Science Foundation, Enhancing the Mathematical Sciences Component of the 2017 SACNAS National Conference DMS1743331, 20172018, SACNAS, $49,991. PI: Pamela E. Harris, CoPI: Alexander DiazLopez, Antonia Franco, Dagan Karp, and Shannon Talbott.

Clay Mathematics Institute travel award $1,600.

National Science Foundation, FURST Collaboration Grant DMS1620202, 20172019, Williams College, $22,000.

TensorSUMMA Grant, Minorities in Mathematics Speaker Series (MIMSS), Special Program Grant, Williams College, 20172018, $6,000. PI: Pamela E. Harris. CoPIs: Marco V. Martinez and Alicia PrietoLangarica.

Supplemental funding for travel to Villadolid, Spain, Williams College, $3500.

ADVANCE grant travel award $400.

AMSMRCNSF Mathematical Research Community Collaboration Grant, $850.
Awarded 2016

National Science Foundation, Enhancing the Mathematical Sciences Component of the 2016 SACNAS National Conference DMS1643235, 20162017, SACNAS, $49,945. PI: Pamela E. Harris, CoPI: Antonia Franco, Dagan Karp, Candice Price, and Shannon Talbott.

National Security Agency, SACNAS Scientific Symposia Sessions in Mathematics, Williams College, 20162017, $20,700. PI: Pamela E. Harris, CoPI: Shannon Talbott.

Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, CURM minigrant, Combinatorial representation theory of Lie algebras, 20162017, Williams College, $18,500.

Travel Award for SACNAS 2016, Williams College, Office for Institutional Diversity and Equity, $6,867.

TensorSUMMA Grant, Minorities in Mathematics Speaker Series (MIMSS), Special Program Grant, North Central College, 20162017, $6,000. PI: Marco V. Martinez. CoPIs: Pamela E. Harris and Alicia PrietoLangarica.

AWMNSF Travel Grant, 2016, Williams College, $2,885.
Awarded 2015

National Security Agency, SACNAS Scientific Symposia Sessions in Mathematics, Spe cial Program Grant (H982301510091), Moravian College, 20152016, $15,000. PI: Pamela E. Harris and Shannon Talbott.

Faculty Development Research Fund, Combinatorial approaches to computing weight multiplicities, 20152016, $2,675.

National Science Foundation, SACNAS Scientific Symposia Sessions in Mathematics, Conference Grant DMS1545136, Moravian College, 20152016, $13,148. PI: Shannon Talbott, CoPI: Pamela E. Harris.

TensorSUMMA Grant, Minorities in Mathematics Speaker Series (MIMSS), Special Program Grant, Youngstown State University, 20152016, $6,000. PI: Alicia Prieto Langarica. CoPIs: Pamela E. Harris and Marco V. Martinez.

United States Military Academy, Minorities in Mathematics Speaker Series, Center for Diversity and Leadership in STEM, 20152016, $5,000.

Faculty Development Research Fund, United States Military Academy, 20142015, $2,600.

AMSMRCNSF Mathematical Research Community Collaboration Grant, 20142015, $850.
Awarded 2014

National Science Foundation, SACNAS Scientific Symposia Sessions in Mathematics, Conference Grant DMS1419383, Moravian College, 20142015, $13,600. PI: Shannon Talbott, CoPIs: Pamela E. Harris, Candice Price.

United States Military Academy, Women of Color in the Mathematical Sciences Speaker Series, Center for Diversity and Leadership in STEM, 20142015, $6,000.

AWMNSF Travel Grant, 2014, $1,000.

Midwest WIMS 2014 Collaboration Funding

Collaborators: Malena Español and Alicia PrietoLangarica, $454.

Collaborator: Alejandra Alvarado, $290.

Awarded 2013

Army Research Office, Collaborative Research Efforts to Describe and Enumerate the Support of Kostant’s Weight Multiplicity Formula, United States Military Academy, 20132014, $4,516.

Faculty Development Research Fund, United States Military Academy, 20132014, $1,200.

National Security Agency, Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Research Symposium, Conference Grant, Funded Proposal #120904, 20142015, $15,000. PIs: Pamela E. Harris and Candice Price.
Awarded 2012

National Science Foundation, Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Re search Symposium, Conference Grant DMS1317928, Purdue University, 20122013, $25,000. PI: Edray Goins, CoPIs: Alejandra Alvarado, Pamela E. Harris, Candice Price, Shannon Talbott.

United States Military Academy, Women of Color in the Mathematical Sciences Speaker Series, Center for Diversity and Leadership in STEM, 20122013, $4,000.

Faculty Development Research Fund, United States Military Academy, 20122013, $1,608.

AMSSimons Travel Grant, 20122014, $4,000.