Research Scientist

(617) 873-9663

nuria_jaumot-pascual@terc.edu

Areas of Interest

Women of color in STEM
Gender and sexual minorities in STEM
Qualitative research and evaluation methodologies
Creative approaches to inquiry and research
Social justice, gender, and race/ethnicity
Informal math learning throughout the lifespan

TERC projects

Current

  • Multiple Intersectionalities among Faculty in STEM: An Arts-Informed Exploratory Study (MIaFS)
  • Native American Women and Two-Spirit Individuals in Computing Higher Education: A Photo Elicitation Study of Persistence (NAWC2)
  • Literature Analysis and Synthesis of Women of Color in Technology and Computing (LASOW)

Past

  • InterGenerational ArtMath at the Museum (IGAMM)
  • Engineering Beyond the Double Bind (EBDB)
  • Mixing in Math (MiM)
  • Math Off the Shelf (MOtS)
  • I Believe in Math (IBM)
  • Nana y Yo y las Matematicas
  • Storytelling Math

Selected presentations

  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2018, November). Photo Elicitation in Evaluation. Presentation for the Program Evaluation course in the Public Administration and Policy Undergraduate Degree at the University of Georgia.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2018, November). Affordances and Limitation of Adapting the Values Engaged, Educative Evaluation Framework to the Evaluation of a Community-Based Healthy Aging Program. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2018, May). How Are Photo Methods Being Used in Research with Older Adults? Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2018, April). Introduction to Photo Elicitation Methods. Presentation for the Research Methods course in the Environmental Planning Master’s Degree at the University of Georgia.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2018, March). Adapting the Values Engaged, Educative Evaluation Framework. Affordances and Limitations. Poster presented at the UGA College of Education Research Conference.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., Kliman, K. (2017, November). Beyond Counting: Math All Day, Every Day for Young Children. Workshop at the NAEYC Annual Conference.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., Freeman, M. (2017, November). Ethical and Methodological Implications of Using Photovoice in Evaluation in the Digital Age. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference.
  • Freeman, M., Jaumot-Pascual, N., Robinson, A.  (2017, May). Photovoice: Rethinking the Method in the Digital Age. Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2017, May). Photovoice as a Developmentally Relevant Methodology for Older Adults. Poster presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
  • Ong, M., Ko, L. T., Jaumot-Pascual, N., & Smith, J. (2017, April). Advancing women of color through STEM education & careers: Institutional strategies for success.  Invited presentation at meeting with Brown University STEM faculty and administrators. Providence, RI.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2016, October). Photovoice as a Culturally Responsive Evaluation Tool to Facilitate Emotional Connections with Older Women. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference.
  • Hall, J., Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2016, October). Cultural Responsiveness and Mixed Methods Research. Pre-Conference Workshop at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference.
  • Hodari, A. K. Ko. L. T., Jaumot-Pascual, N., and Ong, M. (2016, June). Fixing the culture rather than the woman: What will you do on Monday morning? Workshop presentation at the WEPAN 2016 Change Leader Forum. Broomfield, CO.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., Kliman, M. (2016, June). Nana y Yo y las Matematicas: Engaging Children, Caregivers, and Facilitators in Math Learning in Community-Based Preschools. Paper presented at the TODOS: Mathematics for ALL conference.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., Ko, L., Ong, M., & Hodari, A. (2016, April). Snowballing as a Methodological Approach for Qualitative Research Literature Synthesis: Engineering Beyond the Double Bind. Paper presented at the AERA Annual Meeting.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., & Kliman, M. (2013, June). Ready, set, lead! Numeracy in everyday contexts. Poster presented at the NAEYC National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., & Kliman, M. (2013, April). Embedding Mathematics in Public Library Children’s Programs. Poster presented at the AERA Annual Meeting.
  • Kliman, M., & Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2013, April). Names in the Neighborhood: Names and Identity as a Math Springboard. Workshop presented at the NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition.
  • Kliman, M., & Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2013, February). Embedding Mathematics in Public Library Children’s Programs. Poster presented at the AAAs Annual Meeting and Exposition.

Selected publications

  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., Monteagudo, M. J., Kleiber, D. A., & Cuenca, J. (2018). Gender Differences in Meaningful Leisure among Older Adults: Joint Displays of Four Phenomena. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 1450.
  • Jaumot-Pascual, N., Monteagudo, M. J., Kleiber, D. A., & Cuenca, J. (2016). Gender Differences in Meaningful Leisure Following Major Later Life Events. Journal of Leisure Research, 48(1), 83.
  • Cuenca, J., Monteagudo, M. J., Kleiber, D. A., Linde, B., & Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2014). The influence of meaningful leisure on the subjective well-being of older adults in the Basque Country of Northern Spain. World Leisure Journal. Vol. 56, No. 2, 120129.
  • Kliman, M., Martin, V., Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2014). Say It with Shapes and Numbers: Games, projects, and activities that mix in math for ages 3-6. Cambridge, MA: TERC.
  • Kliman, M., Jaumot-Pascual, N., Martin, V. (2013). Designing for Diversity: Strategies for embedding mathematics in out-of-school programs for children in the elementary grades. Teaching for Equity and Excellence in Mathematics (5).
  • Kliman, M., Jaumot-Pascual, N., Martin, V. (2013). How Wide Is a Squid Eye? Integrating mathematics into public library programs for the elementary grades. Afterschool Matters (17).
  • Kliman, M., Martin, V., Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2013). Food Fights, Puzzles, and Hideouts: Games, projects, and activities that mix in math. Cambridge, MA: TERC.

Education

Ph.D. in Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methodologies, University of Georgia

Masters in Management, Harvard University Extension School

Bachelors in Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin

Service

2017    American Evaluation Association, Reviewer of Conference Presentation Proposals

2015    National Science Foundation, Member of Panel for the Review of NSF Grant Proposals

2014-present    TODOS: Mathematics for ALL, Member of Parents Involvement Task Force

Memberships

American Evaluation Association 
American Educational Research Association
TODOS: Mathematics for ALL