Height: 5"6

Eye Color: Blue

Hair Color: Blonde

Location: San Francisco, CA

National Professional Conference Presentations

Hallmark, T., Sowl, S., Beverly, S., Silberstein, S., Watts, A., Hillman, N., Johnson, R., Johnson, S., & Njoku, N. (2021). Beyond the manuscript: Strategies for building research-to-practice communities for social change. Presidential session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL. Conference moved to virtual convening due to COVID-19 outbreak. [Slides] [Handout1] [Handout2]

 

Beverly, S., Sowl, S., Hallmark, T., Silberstein, S., Watts, A., Cho, A. R., DeMonbron, M., Nellum, C., & Ransom, T. (2021). Finding your fit: A panel discussion on alternative academic career pathways in higher education. Fireside chat presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL. Conference moved to virtual convening due to COVID-19 outbreak.
 

Núñez, A-M., Hallmark, T., & Rivera, J. (2020). Identity development in science: The case of learning in geosciences fieldwork. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA. Conference cancelled due to COVID-19 outbreak.

Hallmark, T., Ardoin, S., Means, D. R., Sansone, V. A., Shotton, H. J., & Youngbull, N. R. (2019). Rurality across race and ethnicity. Interactive symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education. Portland, OR.

Hallmark, T., & Ardoin, S. (2019). The role of gender socialization practices on rural students’ knowledge of and feelings toward the college-going process. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education. Portland, OR. [Slides]

Núñez, A-M., Posselt, J., Hallmark, T., Rivera, J., & Southern, D. (2019). Geological fieldwork: A developmental rite of passage with implications for diversity. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Toronto, ON.

 

Núñez, A-M., Posselt, J., Hallmark, T., Rivera, J., & Southern, D. (2018). Disequilibrium and diversity: Learning in geosciences fieldwork. Panel session presented at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union. Washington, DC.

 

Hallmark, T., & Martinez, A. (2018). Engaging students and communities in democracy: The potential role of MSIs in U.S. elections. Scholarly paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education. Tampa, FL. [Slides]

 

Hallmark, T., & Gasman, M. (2017). MSIs across the globe: Laying the foundation for future research. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society. Atlanta, GA. [Slides]

Local and Regional Conference Presentations

Gregor, P., Hallmark, T., Turner, G., Ahmed, I., & Katz, L. (2021). Documenting the intersectionality of first-generation students with disabilities in higher education: Findings from a GSIRI-funded project. Oral presentation at the annual College of Education and Human Ecology Research Forum. Virtual event.

Gregor, P., Hallmark, T., Turner, G., Ahmed, I., & Katz, L. (2020). Documenting the intersectionality of students with disabilities from low-socioeconomic status backgrounds in higher education: An initial outlook. Oral presentation at the annual College of Education and Human Ecology Research Forum. Columbus, OH.

 

Hallmark, T. (2019). Affirmative action or civil rights? A textual analysis of ballot measures and related discourse. Oral presentation at the annual Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum. Columbus, OH. [Slides]

Invited Keynotes, Panels, and Presentations

Hallmark, T. (2022). Widening pathways to and through STEM graduate education. Invited speaker for OXIDE National Diversity Equity Workshop. Washington, DC. [Slides]

Flowers, J., Donnor, J., Hallmark, T., & Cooley Nichols, S. (2022). Critical race theory and rural education. Invited panelist for the AERA Rural Education SIG's Equity and Justice in Rural Education webinar series. Virtual event. [Recording]

Hallmark, T. (2022). Minority serving institutions and philanthropy: Investing in those institutions ‘doing the work’. Invited speaker for the University of Illinois Chicago’s Urban Higher Education Lunchtime Lecture series. Virtual event. [Slides]

Cockrell, M., Crain, A., Hallmark, T., & Sansone, V. (2021). Inclusive rural education policy for the future. Invited panelist for the National Science Policy Network's Diversi(tea) seminar series. Virtual event. [Recording]

Hallmark, T. (2021). When equity is not enough: Understanding antiracism in teaching. Invited speaker at Boston University's Emerging Scholars Symposium. Virtual Event. [Slides]

Glasser, A., Chettri, S., Hallmark, T., Serpico, J., & Schell, B. (2020). Engaging with the public. Invited panelist for a Scholars Strategy Network event. Virtual event. [Recording]
 

Hallmark, T. (2020). Social class and intersectionality. Invited speaker at a University of Kentucky seminar, entitled Beyond Access To: Supporting Students Within Higher Education. Virtual event. [Slides]

Verdis, R., Damian, C., Hallmark, T., Martinez, M., & Turner-Pitts, T. (2018). Increasing democratic engagement at MSIs and community colleges. Invited panelist at the annual meeting of the Students Vote Students Learn Coalition. Washington, DC.

Podcast Appearances

Roberts, E., & Hallmark, T. (2022, March). How to advocate for financial policy change on your campus. Invited guest on the Personal Finance for PhDs podcast. Virtual event. [Recording]

Gloger, E., Hallmark, T., & Roberts, E. (2021, March). Grad school finances: Assistantships, negotiating, and challenging institutional financial barriers. Invited guest on the Dear Grad Student podcast. Virtual event. [Recording]