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MAA Virtual Programming Schedule - Panel 3: "Professional Engagement Beyond Research"

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Mathematical Association of America's Virtual Programming Schedule

Analysis and Differential Equations at Undergraduate Institutions

June 23, June 30, July 14 and July 21, 1-2:30pm ET

This professional development series is aimed at supporting, connecting, and inspiring faculty who work at primarily undergraduate institutions. More specifically, there will be discussion on topics such as research with undergraduates, how to remain engaged in professional development and growth, and ways to connect with and contribute to our greater community. The panelists will be specialists in analysis and differential equations but the discussion will be of interest to a wide range of faculty at all career levels and specialties who work at primarily undergraduate institutions.
 

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Join us for any session (or all 4!) by registering today. Registration for this event will close on Tuesday, July 20 at 11:59pm ET.

Panel 1: "Starting and Sustaining Undergraduate Research in Analysis and DEs"
Wednesday, June 23, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

Panelists: Anant Godbole, Nsoki Mavinga, Nathan Pennington, Mihai Stoiciu, and Yunus Zeytuncu

The panel will be composed of mathematicians at various career stages and institutions who have a history of successfully mentoring undergraduate research in analysis and differential equations sharing their experiences and lessons learned.  The panel is open to mathematicians in all disciplines.

Panel 2: "Keeping Research Alive"
Wednesday, June 30, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

Panelists: Pamela Gorkin, Luda Korobenko, Chris Marx, Katie Oliveras, and Bill Ross

The panel will be composed of mathematicians at primarily undergraduate institutions at various career stages and institutions who have maintained research programs in analysis and differential equations sharing their experiences and lessons learned.  The panel is open to mathematicians in all disciplines.

Panel 3: "Professional Engagement Beyond Research"
Wednesday, July 14, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

Panelists: Cynthia Flores, William Johnston, Virginia Noonburg, Ami Radunskaya, Cesar E. Silva, and Brian Winkel

The panel will be composed of mathematicians at various career stages and institutions who have pursued a variety of professional development opportunities beyond journal articles in analysis and differential equations sharing their experiences and lessons learned.  The panel is open to mathematicians in all disciplines.

Panel 4: "Our Role in the Future of Analysis and DEs"
Wednesday, July 21, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

Panelists: David Cruz-Uribe, Richard S. Laugesen, Christina Selby, Betsy Stovall, and Kelly Yancey

The panel will be composed of a mix of faculty from PhD granting institutions and mathematicians in industry to facilitate a discussion on the transition from undergraduate to graduate coursework in analysis and what steps both PUIs and PhD granting institutions can take to broaden the pipeline of graduate students interested in analysis. We’ll also highlight non-academic career paths that are accessible to those with technical skills developed studying analysis and DEs.  The panel is open to mathematicians in all disciplines. 

About the Organizers

William Green is an Associate Professor at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.  He studies partial differential equations and is co-Editor of the MAA Textbooks series.

Katharine Ott is an Associate Professor at Bates College. Her research interests are in the areas of harmonic analysis and partial differential equations, and she is also active in outreach aimed at broadening participation in mathematics.

When: Wednesday 14 July, 2021, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
Where: Online
Website: https://www.maa.org/programs-and-communities/virtual-programming/virtual-programming-schedule
Tags:
  1. analysis
  2. differential equations
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