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\name{Amelia A. McNamara}
\address{\url{amcnamara@smith.edu} \\ \url{www.science.smith.edu/~amcnamara} \\ @AmeliaMN }
\address{211 McConnell Hall \\ Smith College \\ Northampton MA, 01063 \\ (413) 585-3851 }
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\begin{rSection}{Research interests}
Statistical computing, statistics education, data visualization, reproducible research, spatial statistics
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\begin{rSection}{Education}
{\bf Ph.D., Statistics} \hfill 2015\\
{\bf University of California - Los Angeles} \hfill Los Angeles, CA \\
{Dissertation: Bridging the Gap Between Tools for Learning and for Doing Statistics} \\
{Committee: Robert Gould and Fredrick Paik Schoenberg (co-chairs, statistics), Mark Handcock \\(statistics), Todd Millstein (computer science), Alan Kay (computer science).} \smallskip
{\bf B.A., Mathematics} and {\bf English} \hfill 2010 \\
{\bf Macalester College} \hfill St. Paul, MN\smallskip
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\begin{rSection}{Academic Appointments}
{\bf Visiting Assistant Professor} \hfill {2015-2019} \\
{Smith College Program in Statistical and Data Science}\hfill {Northampton, MA} \\
\emph{MassMutual Faculty Fellow}
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% AWARDS
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\begin{rSection}{Awards}
\begin{esSubsection}{Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research Faculty Fellow,}{ Haverford College}{2015-2016}
{Faculty Fellow}{}
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\begin{esSubsection}{Collegium of University Teaching Fellows,}{ University of California, Los Angeles }{2014-2015}{Fellow}{}
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\begin{esSubsection}{Dissertation Year Fellowship,}{ University of California, Los Angeles}{2014-2015}{Fellow}{}
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\begin{esSubsection}{Graduate Research Fellowship Program,}{ National Science Foundation }{2012}{Honorable Mention}{}
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\begin{esSubsection}{Chancellor's Prize Summer Fellowship,}{ University of California, Los Angeles }{2011-2012}{}{}
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\begin{esSubsection}{Konhauser Prize for Mathematical Achievement,}{ Macalester College}{ 2010}{}{}
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% RESEARCH
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\begin{rSection}{Research and Consulting}
\begin{pSubsection}{Smith College, }{Northampton, MA}{2015-present}{Visiting Assistant Professor}
{At Smith College, my research program is focused on statistics education, statistical computing, data visualization, and spatial statistics. In Spring 2016 and Spring 2017, I led groups of undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students as part of the MTH 301 independent research seminar. We focused on Methods to Address the Change of Support and Modifiable Areal Unit Problems.}
\end{pSubsection}
\begin{pSubsection}{The Concord Consortium, }{Emeryville, CA}{September 2016-March 2017}{Consultant}
{Worked with William Finzer and the Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP) on integrating `Data Science Moves' into CODAP.}
\end{pSubsection}
\begin{pSubsection}{Viewpoints Research Institute, }{Los Angeles, CA}{September 2016-January 2017}{Consultant}
{Continued collaboration with Aran Lunzer to develop interactive essays related to the impacts of data aggregation in 1- and 2-D.}
\end{pSubsection}
\begin{pSubsection}{Viewpoints Research Institute, }{Los Angeles, CA}{2013-2015}{Graduate Intern}
{The Viewpoints Research Group is a research group with a variety of interests including the future of programming, internet-scale computing, and programming language design. I collaborated with other researchers on projects to improve statistical computing tools for novices (those with no statistics or programming experience). Examples include \textbf{LivelyR} with Aran Lunzer and \textbf{locatr} with Ted Kaehler. Director: Alan Kay.}
\end{pSubsection}
\begin{pSubsection}{Mobilize Project, }{Los Angeles, CA}{2011-2014}{Graduate Student Researcher}{The Mobilize project brings data analysis and statistics to life by allowing high school students to collect information about the world around them using mobile phones, then analyze the data and do something with it. As a graduate student researcher, I developed curriculum to be deployed in LAUSD public high schools, including the innovative Introduction to Data Science course. Over hundreds of hours of professional development, I trained teachers on basic statistical concepts, use of inquiry in teaching, and basic statistical software. Principal Investigator: Rob Gould.}
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\begin{rSection}{Peer-reviewed Publications}
{\bf \em{McNamara, A.}}, and Horton, N.~J. { \bf Wrangling Categorical Data in R. }
\\In Practical Data Science for Stats, {\em PeerJ Preprint} Collection, 5:e3163v2. (2017).
\\
To appear in special issue of {\em The American Statistician.} Vol. 7, Issue 3. (in press)
Lunzer, A., and {\bf \em McNamara, A.} {\bf Exploring Histograms:} Interactive essay. Available online at \url{http://tinlizzie.org/histograms/}. (2017). (submitted)
{\bf \em{McNamara, A.}} {\bf Key Attributes of a Modern Statistical Computing Tool. } (submitted)
{\bf \em McNamara, A.}, Gould, R., Wild, C.~J., Baglin, J., Ridgway, J., McConway, K, ``Revolutions in Teaching and Learning Statistics: A Collection of Reflections'' in {\em Springer International Handbook of Research in Statistics Education} (Ben-Zvi, D., Makar, K., eds), Springer International Handbook of Education series. (in revision)
{\bf \em McNamara, A.} {\bf Community Engagement and Subgroup Meta-Knowledge: Some Factors in the Soul of a Community.} { \em Computational Statistics.} (in press)
{Catll{\'a}, A.J., {\bf \em McNamara, A.} and Topaz, C. M. } {\bf Instabilities and Patterns in Coupled Reaction-Diffusion Layers.} {\em Physical Review E,} Vol. 85, Issue 2. (2012).
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\begin{rSection}{Other writing}
{\bf \em McNamara, A.}, Horton, N.~J., and Baumer, B.~S. {\bf Greater Data Science at Baccalaureate Institutions.} Invited comment as part of discussion for David Donoho's 50 Years of Data Science. {\em Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics.} (in press).
{\bf \em McNamara, A.} {\bf Barriers and Opportunities for Nurturing Statistical Thinking before College}{ \em CHANCE,} Vol. 28, Issue 4. (2015).
{\bf \em McNamara, A. }and Hansen, M. {\bf Teaching Data Science to Teenagers.}{ \em Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics.} (2014).
{\bf \em McNamara, A. }{\bf Dynamic Documents with R and knitr} (book review). {\em Journal of Statistical Software,}{ Vol. 56, Book Review 2.} (2014).
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\begin{rSection}{In progress}
{\bf \em{McNamara, A.}} {\bf On the State of Computing in Statistics Education: Tools for Learning and for Doing. }
{\bf \em{McNamara, A.}}, student coauthors to be determined. {\bf Interactive methods to address the change of support problem. }
Molyneux, J., and {\bf \em McNamara, A.} {\bf mobilizr: An R package for high school data scientists.}
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\begin{rSection}{Teaching}
\begin{reSubsection}{Smith College }{ Program in Statistical and Data Sciences }{}{
SDS 136: \textbf{Communicating with Data} \hfill Fall 2017 \\
SDS/MTH 220: \textbf{Introduction to Statistics and Probability} (lecture) \hfill Fall 2015, Spring 2016 \\
SDS/MTH 220: \textbf{Introduction to Statistics and Probability} (lab) \hfill Fall 2015, Spring 2016 \\
SDS/MTH 291: \textbf{Multiple Regression} \hfill Spring 2016, Fall 2016\\}
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\begin{reSubsection}{MassMutual }{ Data Science Development Program }{}{
\textbf{Data visualization seminar} (with Jordan Crouser) \hfill Summer 2016, Summer 2017\\}
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\begin{reSubsection}{University of California, Los Angeles }{ Statistics Department }{2013-2015}{STAT 98T: \textbf{Data Visualization }(Instructor of record, Collegium of University Teaching Fellows) \\
STAT 101A: \textbf{Introduction to Data Analysis and Regression} (Teaching fellow) \\
STAT 102B: \textbf{Introduction to Computation and Optimization} (Teaching fellow) \\
STAT 101C: \textbf{Introduction to Regression and Data Mining} (Teaching fellow) \\
}
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\begin{reSubsection}{Mobilize Project }{ Professional Development Program }{2011-2014}{
Professional Development: \textbf{Exploring Computer Science} (Leader) \\
Professional Development: \textbf{Math and Science} (Leader) \\
Professional Development: \textbf{Introduction to Data Science} (Leader) \\
}
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\begin{rSection}{Short courses and workshops led}
\begin{sSubsection}{Intro to R \& RStudio}{}{January 2018}{rstudio::conf}{San Diego, CA}
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\begin{sSubsection}{Master the Tidyverse}{ (TA for Garrett Grolemund)}{October 2017}{RStudio workshop }{Washington, DC}
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\begin{sSubsection}{statPREP workshop}{}{June 2017}{St.~Catherine University}{St. Paul, MN}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Data Science for Statisticians}{}{March 2017}{ENAR, International Biometric Society Meeting}{Washington, DC}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Introduction to R }{(with Coulter Jones)}{March 2016}{NICAR, Investigative Reporters \& Editors Conference}{Denver, CO}
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\begin{rSection}{Invited talks}
\begin{sSubsection}{Interfacing with Data}{ }{September 2017}{Data Literacy Conference}{Aix-en-Provence, France}
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\begin{sSubsection}{Key Attributes of a Modern Statistical Computing Tool}{ }{March 2017}{Tableau Software}{Seattle, WA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data}{ }{March 2017}{St. Olaf College}{Northfield, MN}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Bridging the Gap Between Tools for Learning and for Doing Statistics}{}{November 2016}{University of Minnesota}{Minneapolis, MN}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Bridging the Gap Between Tools for Learning and for Doing Statistics}{ }{March 2016 }{University of Massachusetts - Amherst}{Amherst, MA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Statistical Programming-- Past, Present, and Future}{ }{December 2014 }{California State University, Fullerton}{Fullerton, CA}
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\begin{rSection}{Conference Presentations}
\begin{sSubsection}{How Spatial Polygons Shape Our World}{ }{April 2017}{OpenVisConf}{Boston, MA}
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\begin{sSubsection}{The Incredible Importance of Variability}{ }{November 2016}{THINK Conference}{Bay Area, CA}
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\begin{sSubsection}{Pushing the Boundary Between Tools for Learning and for Doing Statistics}{ }{August 2016 }{Joint Statistical Meetings}{Chicago, IL}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{The Importance of Parameter Manipulation for Statistics}{ }{July 2016 }{Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting}{Boston, MA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Integrated R Labs for High School Students}{ }{June 2016 }{useR! The R User Conference}{Stanford, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{The Gap Between Tools for Learning and for Doing Statistics}{ }{May 2016 }{Electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics}{electronic}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Do you know Nothing when you see it?}{ }{April 2016 }{OpenVisConf}{Boston, MA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data}{ }{June 2015}{Big Data Day LA}{Los Angeles, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Teaching Data Science to Teenagers}{ (invited talk, with M. Hansen)}{July 2014}{International Conference on Teaching Statistics}{Flagstaff, AZ}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Teaching R to High School Students}{ (with J. Molyneux)}{July 2014}{useR! The R User Conference}{Los Angeles, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{LivelyR: Making R Charts Livelier}{ (with A. Lunzer)}{July 2014}{useR! The R User Conference}{Los Angeles, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Mobilize Project}{ (with J. Margolis and L. Trusela)} {January 2012}{Math Science Partnership Learning Network Conference}{Washington, DC}
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\begin{sSubsection}{Model and Optimization of Organic Photovoltaic Cells}{}{January 2010}{Joint Meeting of AMS and MAA}{San Francisco, CA}
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\begin{rSection}{Panels and Roundtables}
\begin{sSubsection}{Data Science at Women's Colleges}{ (panelist)}{October 2017}{Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference (WSDS)}{San Diego, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Local Data Science Panel Presentation}{ (panelist)}{February 2017}{Women in Data Science (WiDS) satellite conference, Mt Holyoke College}{South Hadley, MA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Graphics Software: Favorites and Best Practices}{ (roundtable leader)}{August 2016 }{Joint Statistical Meetings}{Chicago, IL}
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\begin{sSubsection}{Implications for Curriculum}{ (panelist) }{January 2016}{Alliance to Advance Liberal Arts Colleges (AALAC) Big Data Workshop}{Wellesley, MA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{heR Panel Discussion}{ (panelist)}{July 2014}{useR! The R User Conference}{Los Angeles, CA}
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\begin{rSection}{Poster presentations}
\begin{sSubsection}{Pushing the Boundary Between Tools for Learning and for Doing Statistics}{ }{August 2016 }{Joint Statistical Meetings}{Chicago, IL}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{It Ain't Necessarily So: Checking Charts for Robustness}{ (with A. Lunzer)}{November 2014}{IEEE Vis Conference}{Paris, France}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Tools for Teaching Data Science}{}{May 2014}{Women in Statistics Conference}{Cary, NC}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Data Visualization on the Soul of the Community}{}{August 2013}{Joint Statistical Meetings}{Montreal, QC}
\end{sSubsection}
{\bf Model and Optimization of Organic Photovoltaic Cells} \hfill \\
Joint Meeting of AMS and MAA, San Francisco, CA \hfill January 2010 \\
Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Chicago \hfill November 2009 \\
Macalester College, St. Paul, MN \hfill October 2009 \\
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, Minneapolis, MN \hfill July 2009 \\
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\begin{rSection}{Invited workshops and hackathons}
\begin{sSubsection}{Evidence About Programmers for Programming Language Design}{}{February 2018}{Schloss Dagstuhl}{Wadern, Germany}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research Workshop}{ }{June 2017}{Haverford College}{Haverford, PA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{rOpenSci hackathon}{ }{May 2017}{CrossCampus}{Los Angeles, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Designing for Uncertainty in HCI}{}{May 2017}{CHI Conference}{Denver, CO}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Moving Transparent Statistics Forward}{}{May 2017}{CHI Conference}{Denver, CO}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Youth, Learning and Data Science Summit}{ }{August 2016}{University of California, Berkeley}{Berkeley, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research Workshop}{ }{June 2016}{Haverford College}{Haverford, PA}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{rOpenSci hackathon}{ }{March 2014}{ GitHub}{San Francisco, CA}
\end{sSubsection}
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\begin{rSection}{Local contributions}
\begin{sSubsection}{Algorithmic Accountability}{}{}{Otelia Cromwell Day workshop, Smith College}{November 2017}
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\begin{sSubsection}{Big Data, Polling, and the Politics of Education}{}{}{Guest lecture in AMS 100: Thinking Through the 2016 Election}{March 2017}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{What's Missing? Identifying the Gaps, Biases, and Omissions in Digital Data}{}{}{Guest lecture in IDP 160: Digital Effects, Smith College}{October 2016}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Futurisms, part II: Intersections: Digital Humanities, Interactive Media and Cultural Heritage}{ (faculty fellow)}{}{Smith College Kahn Institute}{February 2016}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Futurisms, part I: The Ten Thousand Year Collection}{ (faculty fellow)}{}{Smith College Kahn Institute}{December 2015}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data}{}{}{Guest lecture in CS 342: Statistical Learning, Hampshire College}{November 2015}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data}{ }{}{Western Mass Data Science, Stats, and R Meetup, Amherst, MA}{November 2015}
\end{sSubsection}
\begin{sSubsection}{Eyeo Highlights}{ }{}{Datavis LA Meetup, Los Angeles, CA}{August 2014}
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\begin{rSection}{Service to Department, Profession, and College}
\begin{rSubsection}{Smith College Statistical and Data Sciences Program Committee}{}{2015-present}{Faculty member}
\item Assisted in developing the major in Statistical and Data Sciences (approved April 2016).
\item Voted on departmental policy about honors theses, special studies, course waivers, and the like.
\item Organized invited talk by Amanda Cox (long time member of the graphics team at The New York Times, now editor of The Upshot), attended by almost 200 people from the college and community.
\item Organized invited talk by Christine Zhang '09 (alumna and recipient of 2016 Mozilla Open News Fellowship, data journalist at the LA Times), attended by approximately 100 people from the college and community.
\item Managing Twitter presence @SmithCollegeSDS.
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference (WSDS)}{ San Diego, CA}{2017}{Panel chair}
\item WSDS R-Ladies Panel: Improving Gender Diversity in a Male-Dominated Community
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Joint Statistical Meetings}{ Chicago, IL}{2016}{Session Chair}
\item Toward Better Communication of Information with Statistical Graphics -- Contributed Papers
\item Reproducibility in Statistics and Data Science -- Invited Papers (substitute chair)
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Five College DataFest}{}{2015-present}{Co-organizer with Ben Baumer }
\item Planned and executed the 2016 and 2017 FiveCollege DataFests
\item DataFest is a weekend-long data hackathon event for more than 100 undergraduate students from Smith, Mt Holyoke, Hampshire, Amherst, and UMass Amherst.
\item Managed social media, including Wordpress website and Twitter presence @FiveCollegeStat.
\item Recruited data science experts to serve as VIP visitors and judges.
\item Solicited donations from corporations like Google and RStudio.
\item Coordinated prizes and swag for students.
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{University of California, Los Angeles DataFest}{}{2011-2015}{Planning Member}
\item As a graduate student, assisted in planning and executing the 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 UCLA DataFests for undergraduates, attended by 100-200 undergraduate students from UCLA, the University of Southern California, Pomona College, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, and the University of California, Riverside.
\item Managed Twitter presence @UCLADataFest.
\item Served as on-the-ground-advisor for students at the event, discussing ideas and coding issues.
\item Assisted in coordinating donations and swag from corporations like GitHub, Google, Revolution Analytics, and RStudio.
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Los Angeles useR! Conference Organizing Committee}{}{2013-2014}{Planning Member}
\item Assisted in planning and executing the 2014 international R user conference (700 attendees).
\item Recruited and coordinated 80 student volunteers.
\item Assisted with conference website before, during, and after the conference.
\item Promoted conference on social media, encouraged minority participation.
\item Supervised on-the-ground conference logistics, including registration, catering, and facilities services.
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{UCLA Graduate Student Orientation Planning Committee}{}{2012-2013}{Tour Coordinator}
\item Helped plan and execute the 2012 and 2013 UCLA grad student orientations, attended by 1,000+ incoming graduate students each year.
\item Discussed general orientation issues, such as panel topics and logistical concerns.
\item Organized and trained 15 volunteer tour guides to lead tours campus.
\item Prepared tour materials and checked routes for North Campus, South Campus, and General tours.
\item On the day of orientation, coordinated hourly tours and assigned tour guides to routes.
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Macalester College Admissions}{}{2013-present}{Volunteer interviewer and college representative}
\item Performed alumni interviews of prospective students applying to Macalester in Southern California and Western Massachusetts
\item Represented Macalester at the 2015 Vistamar College Fair, answering questions about Macalester and the admissions process
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Southern California AP Statistics Poster Competition}{}{2014}{Judge}
\item Judged entries to the 2014 Southern California AP Statistics Poster Competition
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{UC Day in DC}{}{May 2013}{University of California, Los Angeles Delegate}
\item Represented UCLA and graduate student interests at the University of California's annual federal advocacy day in Washington, DC.
\item Met with congress members and their staff to discuss Federal funding for programs impacting grad students.
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{UCLA Graduate Resource Center Oversight Committee}{}{2011-2012}{Voting Member}
\item Assisted in developing a new strategic plan for UCLA's graduate resource center
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Ad-hoc referee}{}{2014-present}{Journals:}
\item Journal of Statistics Education (JSE)
\item Journal of Statistical Software (JSS)
\item Statistics Education Research Journal (SERJ)
\item Technology Innovations in Statistics Education (TISE)
\item The American Statistician (TAS)
\end{rSubsection}
\begin{rSubsection}{Ad-hoc referee}{}{2017-present}{Conferences: }
\item Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)
\end{rSubsection}
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\begin{rSection}{Skills}
\begin{tabular}{ @{} >{\bfseries}l @{\hspace{6ex}} l }
Languages & Expert: R, \LaTeX, HTML, Markdown \\
& Intermediate: Spanish, Python, git, JavaScript, Matlab, Mathematica, ArcGIS \\
Social Media & Twitter: \textbf{@AmeliaMN}, 6,400+ tweets, 4,400+ followers \\
& Currently managing \textbf{@SmithCollegeSDS}, \textbf{@FiveCollegeStat} \\
& Formerly managed \textbf{@UCLADataFest}, \textbf{@user2014\_UCLA} \\
%& Blog: contributor and member of leadership team, \url{www.datascience.la} \\
% & Blog: maintainer, \url{www.science.smith.edu/~amcnamara/blog} \\
\end{tabular}
%Open source contributions: \\
%Tidy labs for Introduction to Statistical Learning: \url{https://github.com/SmithCollege-SDS/tidy-islr} \\
%Labs accompanying OpenIntro Introduction to Statistics with Randomization and Simulation \url{https://github.com/beanumber/oiLabs-mosaic} \\
%R packages:
%Many more projects hosted on GitHub, \url{https://github.com/AmeliaMN} \\
%Additional projects contributed to:
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% MEMBERSHIPS
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\begin{rSection}{Memberships in Professional Societies}
\begin{esSubsection}{American Statistical Association }{(ASA)}{2012-present}{}{}
\end{esSubsection}
\begin{esSubsection}{Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics }{(SIAM)}{2012-present}{}{}
\end{esSubsection}
\begin{esSubsection}{Association for Women in Mathematics }{(AWM)}{2008-2010, 2014-present}{}{}
\end{esSubsection}
\begin{esSubsection}{Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers }{(IEEE)}{2016-present}{}{}
\end{esSubsection}
\begin{esSubsection}{WNAR: International Biometric Society }{(WNAR)}{2013-2014}{}{}
\end{esSubsection}
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