O'Roark, D., Rezvi, S. Sept, 2022. Math Circles of Chicago: High Quality Math Enrichment at Scale for All.Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness Int'l Conference. Las Vegas, USA
Kodai, H., Rezvi, S. July, 2022. Ammas and Ummahs. EduColor (virtual conference)
Rezvi, S., Lee-Hassan, A., November, 2021. Disrupting the Virtual Boundaries of Mathematics | A Re(humanizing) Exploration. National Council Teachers of Mathematics (virtual conference)
Belanger-Rioux, R., Rezvi, S. October 2020 & May 2021. “Conversations with the Math Community — Definition of a Mathematician & Microaggressions in the Mathematical Classroom”. Mathematical Association of America. (virtual workshops)
Belanger-Rioux, R., Rezvi, S., February 2020. “Conversations with the Math Community — Definition of a Mathematician & Microaggressions in the Mathematical Classroom”. Mathematical Association of America in Washington DC.
Ruch, A., Rezvi, S. [talk postponed due to COVID-19 epidemic] March, 2020]. “The Art of Wonderment and Equity: Bridging the Philosophy of Math (Circles to the Classroom).” Talk accepted for presentation at NCTM in Chicago, IL.
Warburton, T; Rezvi, S. March, 2019. “Math-as-Discourse & Sci-Fi Futures: Perspectives on Math Teachers Prep for Social Justice.”’ Talk given at National Council Teachers of Mathematics in San Diego, CA.
Gatza, A.; Willis, A.; Rezvi, S.; Id-Deen, L. June, 2018. “Social Justice Mathematics: A Mindset, Not a Lesson.” TODOS Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
Rezvi, S. March 2017. “A Critical Case Study Research Proposal on Identity Formation in Muslim-Pre-Service Teachers.” Workshop talk given at 2017 Indiana Mathematics Education Research Symposium at IUPUI in Indianapolis, IN,
Rezvi, S. April, 2017. “The Veiled Body: A Monologue on Muslim-American Double Consciousness.” Talk given at “Converging Narratives: Besieged and Transgressive Bodies Conference”. The University of Illinois at Chicago.