My Fall 2011 “Tour” – Going to Puerto Rico, CA, ATL, NY, Boston


I always enjoy giving talks at various schools, and with my bags regularly packed, it can feel like being on tour. Last Fall was especially busy and Spring was a little bit lighter, but I might slow down (a little bit!)  The Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 schedules were fun, and now it’s time for Fall 2011.

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Here is the schedule: (Updated 10/18/11)

September 2011:

  • Puerto Rico: AGMUS Undergraduate Research Symposium (Lunch Keynote, Saturday, Sept. 17)
  • University of Texas at Arlington AGEP Conference (Morning Plenary, Friday, Sept. 23)

October 2011:

  • NJ:  NJIT (Speaking for GEM’s GRADLab)
  • NY: Cornell “Master Your Future” Workshop  (This will be a Saturday workshop on preparing for graduate school.)
  • Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Institute for Teaching and Mentoring (Sharing information at the Saturday “Chalk Talks” for STEM students.)
  • California: Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Graduate Institute. AGENDA(My workshop on relationships with advisors will be for first-year graduate students, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2:00 – 3:15 PM. )

November 2011:

  • Boston: MIT meeting (Invited participant for the Deeper Engagement Working Group)
  • Minneapolis: AISES Conference (Speaking at the GEM GRADLab)
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