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Appendix B


Agenda and List of Participants


Conference Agenda

Thursday, June 7, 2012

8:30 AM
Great Hall

Breakfast and Registration

9:00 AM
Auditorium

Welcome
Lance A. Davis, Executive Officer, National Academy of Engineering

9:10 – 10:10 AM
Auditorium

Session I: Statistics on the Career Pathways of Women of Color Faculty in Academia

Moderator: Lydia Villa-Komaroff, Chief Scientific Officer, Cytonome/ST, LLC and Co-Chair, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia

 

Where We Stand: Commissioned Research

•   Donna Ginther, Professor of Economics, University of Kansas and Shulamit Kahn, Associate Professor, School of Management, Boston University

•   Sylvia Hurtado, Professor, University of California Los Angeles and Director, Higher Education Research Institute and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia

10:10 – 10:30 AM
Auditorium

Public Discussion

10:30 – 10:45 AM

Break

10:45 – 11:45 AM
Auditorium

Session II: Putting a Face to a Statistic: A Panel of Women of Color in Academia

Moderator: Joan Bennett, Professor of Plant Biology and Pathology, Rutgers University and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia

 

•   Evelynn Hammonds, Dean of Harvard College, Harvard University

•   Gilda Barabino, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Georgia Institute of Technology

•   Patricia Taboada-Serrano, Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology

•   Tamisha Y. Vaughan, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Medicine, Emory University



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Appendix B Agenda and List of Participants Conference Agenda Thursday, June 7, 2012 8:30 AM Breakfast and Registration Great Hall 9:00 AM Welcome Auditorium Lance A. Davis, Executive Officer, National Academy of Engineering Session I: Statistics on the Career Pathways of Women of Color Faculty in Academia 9:10 – 10:10 AM Moderator: Lydia Villa-Komaroff, Chief Scientific Officer, Cytonome/ST, LLC and Auditorium Co-Chair, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Where We Stand: Commissioned Research  Donna Ginther, Professor of Economics, University of Kansas and Shulamit Kahn, Associate Professor, School of Management, Boston University  Sylvia Hurtado, Professor, University of California Los Angeles and Director, Higher Education Research Institute and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia 10:10 – 10:30 AM Public Discussion Auditorium 10:30 – 10:45 AM Break Session II: Putting a Face to a Statistic: A Panel of Women of Color in Academia 10:45 – 11:45 AM Moderator: Joan Bennett, Professor of Plant Biology and Pathology, Rutgers Auditorium University and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia  Evelynn Hammonds, Dean of Harvard College, Harvard University  Gilda Barabino, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Georgia Institute of Technology  Patricia Taboada-Serrano, Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology  Tamisha Y. Vaughan, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Medicine, Emory University 108

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APPENDIX B AGENDA AND LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Session III: Minority Women and Multiple Marginality: Gender, Race and Equity in Science Education and Research 11:45 – 12:15 PM Moderator: Florence Bonner, Senior Vice President, Research and Compliance, Howard University and Co-Chair, Committee on Advancing Institutional Auditorium Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Speaker: Joan Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law & Director of the Center for WorkLife Law, College of the Law, University of California, Hastings 12:15 – 12:30 PM Public Discussion Auditorium 12:30 – 1:30 PM Lunch Great Hall 1:30 -3:00 PM Session IV: Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Session 1: What Data Can & Cannot Tell Us? Moderator: Alicia Carriquiry, Professor of Statistics, Iowa State University and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Speakers: Member’s Room  Donna Ginther, Professor of Economics, University of Kansas  Shulamit Kahn, Associate Professor, School of Management, Boston University  Stephen Cohen, Chief Statistician, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Rapporteur: Trisha Vickrey, doctoral student in chemistry, University of Virginia Concurrent Session 2: Using a Legal Framework Successfully Moderator: Joseph DeSimone, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Board Room Speaker: Debra Rolison, Head, Advanced Electrochemical Materials Section, Naval Research Laboratory Rapporteur: Victoria Gunderson, former Christine Mirzayan Fellow, The National Academies Concurrent Session 3: How Does Gender Bias Differ by Race and Ethnicity? Moderator: Vivian Pinn, Director Emerita, Office of Research on Women’s Health, National Institutes of Health and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Lecture Room Speaker: Joan Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law & Director of the Center for WorkLife Law, College of the Law, University of California, Hastings Rapporteur: Gretchen Stanton, doctoral student in chemistry, University of Pennsylvania 109

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SEEKING SOLUTIONS Concurrent Session 4: Where Are Women of Color: Contingent & Administrative Positions in Academia? Moderator: Anthony DePass, Assistant Vice President, Research Development and Director, MBRS Program, Long Island University and Member, Committee on Room 120 Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Speaker: Cherilynn Shadding, Director of Outreach and Community, School of Medicine, Washington University Rapporteur: Danielle Haney, Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Concurrent Session 5: Work-life and Career Issues for Women of Color. Moderator: Florence Bonner, Senior Vice President, Research and Compliance, Howard University and Co-Chair, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Room 250 Speaker: Sylvia Hurtado, Professor, University of California Los Angeles and Director, Higher Education Research Institute and Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional Transformation for Minority Women in Academia Rapporteur: Tanya Figueroa, doctoral student, Higher Education Research Institute, University of California, Los Angeles 3:00 – 3:30 PM Plenary: Concurrent Sessions Report Out & Public Discussion Auditorium Session V: Supporting Women of Color through Professional Societies 3:30 – 4:30 PM Moderator: Patrick L. Valdez, Director, College Access and Success Initiatives, Auditorium Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Panel discussion with representatives from professional societies  Judit Camacho, Executive Director, Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)  Marian Johnson-Thompson, Chair, Committee on Microbiological Issues Impacting Minorities, American Society for Microbiology and Professor Emerita of Biology and Environmental Sciences, University of the District of Columbia  Suzanne Bennett Johnson, President, American Psychological Association and Distinguished Research Professor, College of Medicine, Florida State University  Linette Watkins, Former Chair, Committee of Minority Affairs, American Chemical Society and Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas State University – San Marcos 4:30 – 5:00 PM Public Discussion Auditorium 5:00 – 6:00 PM Informal Networking Session 110

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APPENDIX B AGENDA AND LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Friday, June 8, 2012 Welcome  Joseph DeSimone, Member, Committee on Advancing Institutional 9:00 – 9:15 AM Transformation for Minority Women in Academia and Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of North Auditorium Carolina, Chapel Hill  Lauren Van Wazer, Assistant Director for Cyber Security, Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House 9:15 -10:15 AM Session VI: Impact of Federal Agencies Auditorium Moderator: Bernadette Gray-Little, Chancellor, University of Kansas Leading by Example  Jeri L. Buchholz, Chief Human Capital Officer, NASA  Muriel Poston, Director, Human Resource Division, Education Directorate, National Science Foundation  Janine Clayton, Director, Office of Research on Women’s Health, National Institutes of Health  Jim Johnson, Director, National Center for Environmental Research, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Protection Agency Session VII: Successful Practices and Strategies for Institutional Transformation 10:15 – 11:15 AM Moderator: Kelly Mack, Program Director, ADVANCE Program, National Science Auditorium Foundation Federal initiatives: ADVANCE and other programs  Loretta Moore, Professor, Computer Science Department & Interim Dean, School of Science & Technology, Jackson State University  J. Wayne Jones, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan  Joan Y. Reede, Dean, School of Medicine, Harvard University 11:15 – 11:30 AM Public Discussion Auditorium 11:30 – 11:45 AM Break Closing Session: Next Steps 11:45 – 12:30 PM  Shirley Malcom, Head, Directorate for Education and Human Resources Auditorium Programs, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 12:30 – 1: 30 PM Networking Lunch & Adjournment Great Hall 111

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SEEKING SOLUTIONS List of Participants Name Organization Diane Adger-Johnson National Institutes of Health Safoah Agyemang The National Academies Rashada Alexander National Institutes of Health Todd Allen Georgia Pacific Yolanda Anderson North Carolina Central University Jeanne Arnold Grand Valley State University TaShara Bailey University of Michigan National Center for Institutional Diversity Tiffani Bailey Lash National Institutes of Health Gilda Barabino Georgia Tech and Emory University Natalie Batmanian Rutgers University Crystal Bedley Rutgers University Bettina Beech Wake Forest School of Medicine Anthony Belvin US Department of Energy Jabbar R. Bennett Brown University Joan Bennett Rutgers University Juliana Blome National Institute of General Medical Sciences Michelle Boissiere Xavier University of Louisiana Stephanie Bonnes American Political Science Association Florence Bonner Howard University Gillian Bowser Colorado State University Cheryl Anne Boyce National Institutes of Health Rosalina Bray National Institutes of Health Madeleine Brehaut National Academies of Science Alfiee Breland-Noble Georgetown university medical center Tiffani Bright Self-employed Robin Broughton National Institutes of Health Angela Brown Washington University School of Medicine Marino Bruce Gramercy Research Group Amanda Bryant-Friedrich Association for Women in Science Jeri Buchholz National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jamika Burge The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Reeshemah Burrell National Science Foundation Erin Cadwalader Association for Women in Science Judit Camacho SACNAS Maria Teresa Canto National Institutes of Health Melissa Carl American Society of Mechanical Engineers Nikoosh Carlo National Science Foundation Alicia Carriquiry Iowa State University Eun-Joo Chang Society for Neuroscience Sara Cho Kim George Washington University Vivienne Chin The National Academies Shari Clarke Marshall University Taffye Clayton University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill Janine Clayton National Institutes of Health Steven Cohen National Science Foundation Brooke Coley National Science Foundation 112

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APPENDIX B AGENDA AND LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Johanna Contreras Mount Sinai Hospital Deanna Crouse Howard University Lance Davis National Academy of Engineering Paula Davis University of Pittsburgh Lisa De las Fuentes Washington University Nzola De Magalhaes Rochester Institute of Technology Saundra DeLauder North Carolina Central University Myra Derbyshire National Institutes of Health Anthony DePass Long Island University Joseph DeSimone University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Jennifer Diascro American Political Science Association Catherine Didion The National Academies Earnestine Easter National Science Foundation Uchenna Egenti East Tennessee State University Ekele Enyinnaya University of Virginia Abby Estabillo The National Academies Geriel Ettienne-Modeste Army Research Laboratory, Altus Engineering Wanda Eugene Vole Lib Research Institute Deneen Evans Radford University Brendlyn Faison US Environmental Protection Agency Raenita Fenner Loyola University Maryland Tanya Figueroa UCLA Higher Education Research Institute Carolyn Fisher Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine Tamako Garcia Henry M. Jackson Foundation Heather Garvey American Society for Microbiology Kristine Garza Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science Kristen Gates Buck Institute for Research on Aging Rosario Gerhardt Georgia Institute of Technology Donna Ginther University of Kansas Paula Goodwin National Institutes of Health Christine Grant North Carolina State University: College of Engineering Faren Grant University of Maryland Baltimore County Bernadette Gray-Little University of Kansas Cobren Greer National Institutes of Health Vickie Gunderson National Nanotechnology Coordination Office Jessica Harris Space Telescope Science Institute Evelynn Hammonds Harvard University Monique Head Morgan State University Deneen Hendrick Camden County College Apriel Hodari Council for Opportunity in Education Katherine Hoffman American Chemical Society Jarita Holbrook National Society of Black Physicists Ann Hornschemeier NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Avril Houston Health Resources and Services Administration Elizabeth Howell Mount Sinai School of Medicine Yvette Huet University of North Carolina- Charlotte Sylvia Hurtado University of California, Los Angeles Jedidah Isler Yale University Rachel Ivie American Institute of Physics 113

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SEEKING SOLUTIONS Sharon Jackson National Institutes of Health Wei Jing The National Academies Kay Johnson National Institutes of Health Suzanne Johnson American Psychological Association Cathee Johnson Phillips National Postdoctoral Association Marian Johnson-Thompson University of the District of Columbia Tamecia Jones Purdue University, Engineering Education Elva Jones Winston-Salem State University James Wayne Jones University of Michigan Michelle Jones-London National Institutes of Health Mary Juhas The Ohio State University Anna Kaatz UW-Madison Center for Women's Health Research Webe Kadima State University of Ney York at Oswego Shulamit Kahn Boston University Hideko Kaji Thomas Jefferson University Margaret Kanipes North Carolina A&T State University Electron Kebebew National Institutes of Health Dean Kern NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Peter Kozel National Institutes of Health Cheryl Leggon Georgia Institute of Technology Nicole Lewis University of Kentucky Tene Lewis Yale School of Medicine Tamara Lewis Johnson National Institutes of Health Li Ma University of Maryland, College Park Kelly Mack National Science Foundation Arlene Maclin Bennett College Lynnette Madsen National Science Foundation Dionne Makila Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy Shirley Malcom American Association for the Advancement of Science Ernest Marquez SACNAS Karin Matchett K.E. Matchett, LLC Maya Matheny University of Maryland School of Medicine Aisha Mays Mount Sinai Medical Center - Division of Adolescent Medicine Tawanna Meadows National Institutes of Health Shari Miles-Cohen American Psychological Association Khadijah Mitchell Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Loretta Moore Jackson State University Larniece McKoy Moore Montgomery County Commission for Women Lynn Morin National Institutes of Health Patrice Moss Trinity Washington University Carmen Moten National Institutes of Health Diana Nemergat National Science Foundation Christine O’Brien Fellowships Office, National Academies Camellia Okpodu Norfolk State University Tiffany Omokanwaye Catholic University of America Mayowa Omokanwaye Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mahasin Osman Brown Roland Owens National Institutes of Health Rosaura Padilla University of Pennsylvania Dina Paltoo National Institutes of Health Bonita Parker JBS International 114

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APPENDIX B AGENDA AND LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Robin Parsel Institute of Medicine Rehana Patel Wesleyan University Vivian Pinn National Institutes of Health Muriel Poston National Science Foundation Autumn Reed University of Maryland, Baltimore County Joan Reede Harvard University Debra Rolison US Naval Research Laboratory Forough Saadatmand Howard University Christie Sahley Purdue University Darlene Saporu The Ohio State University-ADVANCE Program Marcia Scott National Institutes of Health Cherilynn Shadding Washington University School of Medicine Juanita Sharpe Chicago State University Vanessa Sheppard Georgetown University Mariela Shirley National Institutes of Health Bette Siegel National Aeronautics and Space Administration Rhonda L. Smith Howard University Sonya Smith Howard University Department of Mechanical Engineering Patricia Sokolove National Institutes of Health Melissa Soto Michigan State University Ingrid St Omer University of Kentucky Gretchen Stanton University of Pennsylvania, Chemistry Department Adrienne Starks National Institutes of Health Ernest C. Steele, Jr. Morgan State University Krystnell Storr AAAS Science Magazine Deborah Stroman University of North Carolina Karen Stubaus Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Marilyn Suiter National Science Foundation Sandra Talley Nuclear Regulatory Commission Valerie Taylor Department of Computer Science and Engineering Constance Thompson The American Society of Civil Engineers Patricia Toboada-Serrano Rochester Institute of Technology Tiffany Townsend American Psychological Association Reiko Toyama National Institutes of Health Elizabeth Travis MD Anderson Cancer Center, Women Faculty Programs Renetta Tull The Graduate School at University of Maryland Baltimore County Patrick L. Valdez Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Arti Varanasi Advancing Synergy Noelle Vargas Meyerhoff Alumnus Graduate Tamisha Vaughn Emory University Tonia Venters NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Idalis Villanueva University of Maryland-College Park Lydia Villa-Komaroff Cytonome/ST. LLC Wanda Ward National Science Foundation Linette Watkins American Chemical Society Elizabeth Wayne Cornell University Sheldon Weinbaum The City College of New York Consuelo Wilkins Meharry Vanderbilt Alliance ClarLynda Williams-DeVane North Carolina Central University Karen Patricia Williams Michigan State University - ADVANCE Joan Williams UC Hastings College of the Law 115

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SEEKING SOLUTIONS Keren Witkin National Institutes of Health Cecelia Wright Brown University of Baltimore Lilian Wu International Business Machines (IBM) Fuliang Xie East Carolina University Ruth Zambrana University of Maryland 116