Service and Outreach
- In Spring 2022 I will be co-organizing Math for All conference at Tulane.
- In Spring 2021 I am organizing a book club. We are reading "Mathmatics for Human Florishing" by Francis Su. This is a part of the IMTF activities.
- I was a panelist at the Math for All conference at Tulane (March 5-7, 2021).
- I was a panelist at the Women in STEM virtuall Town Hall meeting at Tulane (March 4, 2021).
- I am part of the Inclusivity Math Task Force (IMTF) at Tulane.
- I was a mentor at the Yale program for Women in STEM (WISAY) for two female graduate students.
- I was the faculty sponsor for the Yale AWM chapter.
- I was co-organizing the Intersections Seminar at Yale, geared towards inclusivity in math.
- I was involved in the PILOT learning program at Johns Hopkins - a peer-led-team learning program.
- I organized JHU's "Math TA Lunches" for a semester, providing an opportunity to teaching assistants in mathematics to talk about their classroom experience and discuss problems and difficulties they might be facing.
- I created and graded the JHU Future scholars exam in 2012. The Future scholars program allows high school seniors to take university-level mathematics courses for Hopkins credits.
Inclusivity in Math Task Force (IMTF)
The Inclusivity in Math Task Force (IMTF) was formed during the #Strikesforblacklives at Tulane University.
It is comprised of faculty and graduate students in the Mathematics department. Our mission is to create awareness
about social and racial issues in the mathematics community in order to make it a more inclusive discipline.
Women at Yale
Dimensions is the first organization at Yale that aims to inspire,
celebrate, and empower women and gendered minorities in mathematics. They organize a lot of great events, be sure to check them out!
They are also an AWM chapter and I am the faculty sponsor.
Intersections is an association of women and gender minorities in math at Yale. Looking to
create a network and community that celebrates the accomplishments of women and gender minorities in math at Yale, provide avenues
for support and mentorship of current students and faculty and connect undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and faculty members.
I was given the great honor to be invited as one of the few faculty members to attend the Johns Hopkins High Table Dinner