Brooke Shipley
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
University of Illinois at Chicago
Media for various mathematical talks:

Young Topologists Meeting, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, July 2017
The first and third talks were given on the blackboard. The second and fourth were given on slides. Talk 2 combined two introductory parts:
An introduction to Model Categories
An introduction to stable homotopy theory
Talk 4: An algebraic model for Rational S^1 equivariant stable homotopy

Algebraic Topology Summer Graduate School, MSRI, June 2013
Intro to stable homotopy and spectra I, II, III, and IV Videos for four 75 minute lectures.

Equivariant, Chromatic, and Motivic Homotopy Theory, Northwestern University, March 2013.
Rigidity and algebraic models for rational equivariant stable homotopy theory

BIRS, Banff, Canada, June 2011
Rigidity and algebraic models for rational equivariant stable homotopy theory

Three lectures for Young Women in Topology workshop,
Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics, Bonn, Germany,
June, 2010
An introduction to stable homotopy theory
An introduction to equivariant homotopy theory
Algebraic models for rational equivariant stable homotopy theory

A monoidal algebraic model for free rational torusequivariant spectra (joint with John Greenlees)
Talk at Complex Cobordism in Homotopy Theory, Baltimore, March 2007
.pdf version.

Derived equivalences of rings and DGAs (joint work with Dan Dugger)
Talk at BCAT, July, 2002
.dvi version,
.pdf version.

Ktheory and derived equivalences
(joint work with Dan Dugger)
Talk at Northwestern 1/03, similar talk 10/02 at Newton Institute, Cambridge
.dvi version,
.pdf version.
.ps version.
Another version of this talk, given in Arolla, Switzerland 8/04
.pdf version.

Topological equivalences of DGAs (joint work with Dan Dugger)
Talk at MSRI 2/03 at MSRI conference on
Interactions
between commutative algebra, homological algebra and representation theory
.dvi version,
.pdf version.
.ps version.

Bernhard Keller's "On differential graded categories"
An expository paper mentioning the above work,
at the ArXiv.
Slides for various nonmathematical talks:

"Tips for writing an NSF Career proposal"
part of a panel presentation
for a workshop at UIC.
.pdf version.
 "UIC WISEST (Women in Science and Engineering System Transformation),"
.pdf version.
Panel presentation on NSF Advance Grants, Joint Math Meetings, January 2011;
Slide contributors: pp. 1  14: M. Khare, D. Marker, B. Shipley,
L. Siebert, M. Tam; pp. 15  28: C. Megaridis, S. Laxpati, C. Jameson, L.
Nitsche
Here is a somewhat random
list
of lists of grants and fellowships for graduate school.
Here is a collection of somewhat random
thoughts
on mentoring.