This slide deck is a companion piece to the NCWIT Talking Point Card Talk with Faculty Colleagues About Stereotype Threat (www.ncwit.org/stereotypethreattp). You can hand out the card
Strategic Planning for Recruiting Women into Undergraduate Computing: High Yield in the Short Term (2015 update)
This workbook includes examples, guidance, and templates for developing a strategic recruitment plan to increase participation of females in undergraduate computing. Visit the Extension Services
This workbook presents some guidelines for strategically planning a multi-pronged approach to retain females — and all students — in undergraduate computing programs of study.
This Talking Point Card explains stereotype threat and how it is triggered, shares examples of effects from stereotype threat, and suggests ways to create a
Technology and Sexuality – What’s The Connection? Addressing Youth Sexualities in Efforts to Increase Girls’ Participation in Computing
This article demonstrates the importance of paying attention to youth sexualities in efforts to increase girls’ participation in computing. It illustrates significant ways sexuality may
An often overlooked way to broaden participation in computing is to grow a more inclusive student community and culture. A good way to build this
The Color of Our Future: An Online Conversation Series on the Empowerment and Inclusion of Black Women & Girls in Tech
In honor of Black History Month (February 2020) and Women’s History Month (March 2020), NCWIT celebrates the contributions of Black women and girls in computing
Recruit strategically to attract a diverse range of students to your undergraduate computing program.