Pomona Research in Mathematics Experience

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Audience: General audience
Seminar series times: Tuesday 20:00-21:00, Thursday 20:00-21:00 in your time zone, UTC.
Organizers: Edray Herber Goins*, Amy Oden
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PRiME is hosting a speaker series to further discuss the history of African American in the mathematical sciences. We believe this speaker series, focused on Black mathematician narratives, will enrich the students research immensely.

Talks will be recorded and posted online on YouTube. PRiME REU students will be in attendance, but we also plan to broadcast them live for broader viewing. Talks will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 PM - 2 PM Pacific / 4 PM - 5 PM Eastern.

Upcoming talks
Past talks
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ThuJul 1620:00Ranthony A.C. Edmonds and John H. Johnson, Jr.Connecting the Dots: Dorothy Vaughan and Community in the Hidden Figures Story
TueJul 2120:00Erica Graham, Raegan Higgins, Candice Price, and Shelby WilsonTBA
ThuJul 2320:00Colm MulcahyTBA
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TueJul 1420:00Talithia WilliamsNot So Hidden Figures: Unveiling Mathematical Talent
ThuJul 0920:00Ronald Mickens"Al” and “J. Ernest”: friends and colleagues
TueJul 0720:00Shelly JonesTBA
ThuJul 0220:00Talitha WashingtonTBA
TueJun 3020:00Johnny HoustonTBA
ThuJun 2520:00Sastry PantulaA conversation about Professor Blackwell
TueJun 2320:00Asamoah NkwantaHistorical Notes on Black Mathematicians: No! It is not the Empty Set
ThuJun 1820:00John WeaverBuilding Scalable Databases — My Experience with the Mathematicians of the African Diaspora (MAD) Website
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