Presentations

Updated May, 2022

INVITED (Select)

  • Henderson, D., King, N., & Dou, R. (March 2022). CADRE Fellows community building webinar. Panelist, Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education, Virtual.
  • Dou, R. (Feb. 2022). The Talking Science project: A midway account of an NSF CAREER journey. Brown Bag Speaker, Purdue University, Virtual.
  • Dou, R., & Cian, H. (Oct. 2021). Talking Science: Research & Team. Presenter, STEM Transformation Institute, Miami, FL.
  • Bang, M. (Facilitator), Boyce, A., Dou, R., Jayaraman, S., & Vossoughi, S. (Oct. 2021). Rethinking rigor: Considering racism and colonialism in ISE research methods. Panelist, 2021 NSF AISL Awardee Meeting, Virtual.
  • Dou, R. (Sept. 2021). Talking Science: Conversations. Keynote Speaker, CELL-MET EEK! Mini Conference, Virtual.
  • Dou, R. & Chasteen, S. (Nov. 2020). PhysTEC: Connecting structures to numbers. Presenter, University of Colorado Boulder, Virtual.
  • Dou, R. (Aug. 2020). Informal science education research partnerships. Panelist, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Virtual Town Hall at FIU. Archived https://tinyurl.com/y66pafuk
  • Dou, R. (Jan. 2020). America’s strategy for STEM education – Why it is relevant for STEM teacher leaders. Panelist, STEM Teacher Leadership Network, Virtual.

PEER-REVIEWED (Select)

  • Cian H. & Dou, R. (April 2022). Under-realized STEM Capital: Consequences of College STEM Students’ Perceptions of Their Immigrant Mothers’ STEM Affiliation. Presented Paper, 2022 AERA Annual Meeting, Sand Diego, CA.
  • Dou, R. & Cian H. (March, 2022). Undergraduate STEM Majors’ Association of K-12 Experiences with their STEM Identities. Presented Paper, 2022 NARST Annual International Conference, Vancouver, BC.
  • Cian H. & Dou, R. (March, 2022). Durability of Systemic Gendering of STEM in College STEM Students’ Definitions of a STEM Person. Presented Paper, 2022 NARST Annual International Conference, Vancouver, BC.
  • Espinosa-Suarez, V., Cian, H., & Dou, R. (November 2021). Differences in how STEM students define themselves as a STEM person: Implications for college STEM instructors. Presented Paper, 2021 13th Annual NABT Biology Education Research Symposium.
  • Dou, R., & Cian H. (2021, April). Constructing “STEM identity”: Test of an expanded identity model. [Presented Paper], 2021 NARST Annual International Conference, Virtual.
  • Cian, H. & Dou, R. (2021, April). Content, context, and structure of family STEM conversations and their Influence on STEM identity. Presented Paper, 2021 NARST Annual International Conference, Virtual.
  • Martinez, A., Dou, R., & Cian H.  (2021, April). ‘It was just a completely different change in environment’: How immigration history contributes to family capital, STEM engagement, and STEM identity. Presented Paper, 2021 NARST Annual International Conference, Virtual.
  • Castro, S., Cian H. , & Dou, R. (2021, April). Parent gender as a contributing factor in the development of college students’ STEM identity. Presented Paper, 2021 NARST Annual International Conference, Virtual.
  • Dou, R. & Cian, H. (2021, April). The influence of science talk on STEM identity: Expanding the identity framework. Presented Paper, 2021 Virtual AERA Annual Meeting.
  • Cian, H. & Dou, R. (2021, April). Differential Influences of parents and teachers on STEM identity of minorized youths. Presented Paper, 2021 Virtual AERA Annual Meeting.
  • Cian, H. & Dou, R. (2020, Dec.). Recognizing and leveraging parent capital as a contributor to STEM identity: Opportunities made visible through home-based learning imperatives. [Presented Paper], Reimagining Education Virtual Conference: Opportunities for Achievement, Equity, and Justice in a Post-Pandemic World, Virtual.
  • Cian, H. & Dou, R. (2020, Apr 17 – 21). Experiencing childhood science talk: Identity development of STEM majors at a Hispanic-Serving Institution. Poster Session, AERA Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA http://tinyurl.com/std3f7n
  • Dou, R. & Cian, H. (2020, March). A mixed-methods study of everyday science talk and STEM identity development. Presented Paper, NARST Annual Conference, Portland, OR https://tinyurl.com/ybwx9bej
  • Dou, R. (2020, September 9) Promoting everyday science talk to nurture science identities in individuals from Latino/Hispanic communities. Presented Paper, Association of Zoos and Aquariums Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Hazari, Z., Dou, R., Sonnert, G., & Sadler, P. (2019, July 25). Breaking with the tradition: How informal learning experiences contribute to physics identity development. Presented Paper, Physics Education Research Conference, Provo, UT.
  • Dou, R., Bhutta, K., Ross, M., Thamotharan, V., & Kramer, L. (2019, April 3). Computer science stereotypes and identity: Two career-choice models for informal programs to consider. Presented Paper, NARST Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Dou, R., Hazari, Z., Dabney, K.P., Sonnert, G. & Sadler, P.M. (2018, March). Examining the effect of early informal STEM experiences on STEM identity: The importance of talking science. Presented Paper, NARST Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.