Haynes-Granville-Browne Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients

         

What is the "NAM New PhD Session"?

The Haynes-Granville-Browne Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients is a three-hour session held at the Joint Mathematics meetings to showcase the newest graduates in the mathematical sciences. This NAM session is named after the first three African-American women to earn doctorates in Mathematics:

Each speaker in the Haynes-Granville-Browne Session is allotted 30 minutes, which consists of 25 minutes for the talk and 5 minutes for questions.


Speaking Awards

Over the years, the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) has been kind enough to offer speaking awards to the best presenter in the Haynes-Granville-Browne Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients. Historically, the award provides (1) a certificate, and (2) reimbursement for the winner's expenses to attend one MBI scientific workshop during the 18 months following the New PhD Session.

At the 2015 JMM in San Antonio, we selected Pamela Harris (United States Military Academy) as the winner for her talk entitled On the Adjoint Representation of a Classical Lie Algebra and the Support of Kostant's Weight Multiplicity Formula. She attended the Dynamics in Networks with Special Properties workshop from January 25 -- 29, 2016. At the 2016 JMM in Seattle, we selected Nakeya Williams (United States Military Academy) as the winner for her talk entitled Modeling Head-up Tilt via an Optimal Control Approach and a Non-pulsatile Cardiovascular Model. Both of these award winners are currently listed on MBI's web site.

At the end of 2016, the other NSF-Funded Mathematics Institutes wanted to join in with the Awards. Currently, the award provides

    • a certificate, and
    • reimbursement for the winner's expenses to attend one scientific workshop at any of the nine NSF-Funded Math Institutes during the 18 months following the New PhD Session.

The NSF-Funded Mathematics Institutes are

Institute Location
American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) San Jose, CA
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences Toronto, Ontario
Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) Providence, RI
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) Minneapolis, MN
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) Los Angeles, CA
Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) Columbus, OH
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) Berkeley, CA
National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) Knoxville, TN
Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI) Durham, NC

 

At the 2017 JMM in Altanta, we selected Deidra Andrea Coleman (Philander Smith College) as the winner for her talk titled A Bayesian False Discovery Approach to Syndromic Surveillance.

We will give out another Speaking Award in 2018. We will have a committee of three judges which will decide who should receive the award. No presenter is eligible for the award if the presenter is employed by or currently visiting the awarding Institute. The judges will use the following criteria:

  • Visual Display (judged out of 10 points)
    Were the slides easy to read? Was the text on the slides legible? Were there grammatical mistakes in the presentation? Were the graphics of good quality? Did the slides accurately display the main points? Were the visuals relevant to the exposition?
  • Oral Presentation (judged out of 10 points)
    Did the speaker make eye contact with the audience? Did the speaker enunciate? Did the speaker address the audience clearly? Did the speaker field questions from the audience adequately? Did the speaker appear to have a solid grasp of the material?
  • Mathematical Content (judged out of 10 points)
    Did the speaker discuss the relevance of the problem to the mathematical community? Did the speaker state the main results clearly and concisely? Did the speaker introduce directions for future research?

The winner will be announced during the NAM Banquet that evening.


Suggest Speakers for the Haynes-Granville-Browne Session

We welcome suggestions for future speakers in the Haynes-Granville-Browne Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients. Please consider the following criteria:

  • Speakers for the New PhD Session must be current members of NAM.
  • We prefer speakers who have received their doctoral degrees in the mathematical sciences within the five years prior to the New PhD Session.
  • We prefer speakers who have not given a talk in the Haynes-Granville-Browne Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients in the past.
  • We seek a diversity of speakers. Please remember that our intended audience will feature a diversity of race/ethnicity, gender, age, and subject matter.

E-mail your nominations here:

Name of Speaker
Website of Speaker
E-Mail Address of Speaker
Doctoral Institution
Graduation Year of Speaker

Past Haynes-Granville-Browne Sessions of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients

Jump to the archive of the events from years past:


2018 JMM: January 10-13 in San Diego CA

Friday, January 12 from 1:00 PM -- 3:35 PM

Room 32A, Upper Level, San Diego Convention Center

 

Organized by Edray Goins (Purdue University) and Talitha Washington (Howard University), featuring talks by


2017 JMM: January 4-7 in Atlanta GA

Friday, January 6 from 1:00 PM -- 4:00 PM

A708, Atrium Level, Marriott Marquis Atlanta

 

Organized by Candice Price (University of San Diego) and Talitha Washington (Howard University), featuring talks by


2016 JMM: January 6-9 in Seattle WA

Friday, January 8 from 1:00 PM -- 3:50 PM

Room 211, Washington State Convention Center

 

Organized by Candice Price (University of San Diego) and Talitha Washington (Howard University), featuring talks by


2015 JMM: January 10-13 in San Antonio TX

Monday, January 12 from 1:00 PM -- 1:55 PM

Room 215, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

 

Organized by Dawn Lott (Delaware State University), featuring talks by


2014 JMM: January 15-18 in Baltimore MD

Friday, January 17 from 1:00 PM -- 5:00 PM

Room 215, Baltimore Convention Center

 

Organized by Dawn Lott (Delaware State University), featuring talks by


2003 JMM: January 15-18 in Baltimore MD

Friday, January 17 from 1:00 PM -- 5:00 PM

Baltimore Convention Center

 

Organized by Bill Massey (Princeton University), featuring talks by


2002 JMM: January 6-9 in San Diego CA

Tuesday, January 8 from 1:00 PM -- 5:00 PM

San Diego Convention Center

 

Organized by Bill Massey (Lucent Technologies), featuring talks by