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Professor Erika T. Camacho

MLK Visiting Professor at MIT Mathematics Department 2013-2014

Recent interview on NPR discussing the importance of increasing the number of Latinas in STEM.
Highlights of my drive, inspiration, story, challenges, academic path, teacher (Jaime Escalante), leadership, mentoring, teaching, research, interdisciplinary work, commitment to diversity, service, interactions, electronic support network, presentations, recognitions, department, ASU webpage.

Curriculum Vitae

General: Employment   Education   Awards/Honors   Grants: External   As Principal Investigator (PI)   As CO-PI   Internal  
Manuscripts: Publications   Technical Reports   Conf. Proceedings   Expository Articles  
Presentations: Keynote   Invited Addresses   Research   Poster   Plenary   General   Panel  
Mentoring Activities: REU   Undergrad Honors   Graduate Research   PhD Co-Chair   Dissertation Committees  
Service: To Profession   To External Community   To University   Workshops Organized   Professional Development  

Dr. Erika Tatiana Camacho
School of Mathematical & Natural Sciences ;
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences;
Arizona State University (West Campus);

office: CLCC 274
e-mail: erika.camacho "at" asu "dot" edu
phone: (602)543-8156
fax: (602)543-3260

mailing address:
Mail Code 2352
P.O. BOX 37100
Phoenix, AZ 85069-7100

shipping address:
4701 W. Thunderbird Rd.
Glendale, AZ 85306-4908

Applied Mathematical Sciences Summer Institute (AMSSI)

Read the newspaper article about AMSSI in La Opinion
Read the SACNAS News interview with me from Spring 2007.

I completed my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in May 2003 at the Center for Applied Mathematics at Cornell University under the direction of Richard Rand. I attended Wellesley College for my undergraduate and received bachelor degrees in Economics and Mathematics.

I owe a very special thanks to the Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Sloan Foundation for their tremendous financial and professional support throughout my academic career.

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