November 28 to December 2, 2022
Indigenizing University Mathematics 2
Online, at First Nations University of Canada
and in Newcastle
A four-day symposium of talks, panels, yarning, and sharing. The theme this year is Indigenous perspectives on maths and applications.
Some of the Speakers
Native Hawaiian --- Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Hawai'i
Navajo Nation --- Director of the Navajo Math Circles Program, Navajo Technical University
Statistician, mathematics educator and science communicator based at Federation University
Bundjalung Nation --- Professor of Bushfire Dynamics in the School of Science, UNSW Canberra
Yuin Nation --- Academic Director of the Jindaola Program, University of Wollongong
Warraimaay from the midnorth coast of NSW; and an historian working in trans disciplinary ways
Mohawk Nation --- Associate Professor of Mathematics, First Nations University of Canada
Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Sciences Institute at the Australian National University
Mathematician and Teaching Professor at Simon Fraser University, and co-creator of the Mathcatcher Outreach Program
Tla'amin Nation community member and retired school teacher
Brazilian American Mathematician, Mathematical Physicist and origami artist affiliated with the University of Melbourne
Māori wāhine (Iwi/tribe: Waikato, Waka/Canoe: Tainui, Hapū/Subtribe: Ngāti Tahinga), artist and creative practice-led researcher, Monash
Anglo-Australian Academic Mathematician at Monash University from Tinamba, Victoria.
Congolese artist, communicator and Ph.D. student at Wominjeka Djeembana Research Lab, Monash University
Mark Mac Lean
Mathematician, leader in undergraduate teaching at UBC and member of the Board of Governers at UBC.
Worimi/Biripi Nation --- Yapug Program Convenor at the University of Newcastle
Born on Awabakal country, has Kamilaroi kinship --- musician, artist, producer/researcher, educator, Conservatorium Coordinator at UoN.
Chemistry academic at Deakin University; lead of the ACDS Indigenous Science Community of Practice; research focus on STEM career skills.
Maya people of Belize - Recent PhD graduate from UBC, researching in Mathematics Education, specifically Indigenous Maya Mathematics.
Professor of Mathematics at the University of Wollongong and incoming deputy President of AustMS
Embodied learning specialist, choreographer, writer, Professor at Weber State University, co-directer of embodied math projects, interfaith works representative of synagogue Brith Sholem
Quandamooka people of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) in Queensland Australia; Associate Dean (Indigenous Leadership and Engagement), UTS; Applied mathematician and chair of ATSIMA
Indigenous-Mestiza of Colombia Chibcha/Muisca, Eastern European Jewish and Celtic lineages; mother, curandera, poet, political philosopher, popular educator, and Associate Professor in Politics at UoN
Muskoday First Nation - Assistant Principal Maskwaîs Cree High School, holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics; and a Bachelor of Education in Mathematics and Science
Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics, and Head of School at the University of Wollongong
Gumbaynggir man from the north coast of NSW, education researcher and practitioner, and PVC Indigenous at Latrobe University.
This Symposium is part of an ongoing project, information about which is available at https://carmamaths.org/iumproject/