Professor Chad Topaz public lectures
Chad Topaz is Professor of Mathematics at Williams College (USA) and founding director of the Institute for the Quantitative Study of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (QSIDE).
Chad's applied mathematics research focuses on patterns in the natural world, from fluid waves to insect swarms, and engages tools from dynamical systems, computation, and topological data analysis. His work through QSIDE aims to quantify the degree and scope of social injustice, and to provide solutions to remedy it.
Professor Topaz was hosted by the Department of Mathematics with the support of the Faculty of Science Equity Committee and gave two lectures which can be viewed below.
In this talk, Professor Chad Topaz presents key literature on inclusive teaching and provides numerous practical strategies that can be implemented in and out of the classroom.
Colloquium by Professor Chad Topaz: Quantitative Approaches to Social Justice
Civil rights leader, educator, and investigative journalist Ida B. Wells said that "the way to right wrongs is to shine the light of truth upon them". In this non-technical talk, Professor Topaz will demonstrate how quantitative and computational approaches can shine a light on social injustices and help build solutions to remedy them.
Te Tiriti-based Futures + Anti-racism 2020
Te Tiriti-based Futures + Anti-racism 2020 was organised in March 2020 to mark Race Relations Day.
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Forty-one webinars took place over ten days with a diverse range of amazing panelists. Visit the Youtube channel to learn more.