The socio-educational system a student experiences shapes participation in the major. Altering one element of that system is often not enough to create enduring change.
When admission committee members minimize the biasing effects of stereotypes and consider applicants’ membership in an under-represented group as a positive characteristic, they promote diversity.
Technology products and services must serve all populations equitably, which is not currently the case. Without diversity at the innovation table, technology will continue to
The décor of physical spaces conveys messages about the kinds of people who belong there and the kinds of activities that should be done there.
International Women’s Day-in-a-Box: Raising Awareness, Igniting Change is designed to help IT companies and departments celebrate successes and address barriers to women’s full participation in
Let’s Talk About Gender, Race, and Identity Use this slide deck, with its short videos (~3 min) and discussion questions, to learn about the complexity
This report, sponsored by NCWIT’s Workforce Alliance, provides an inside look into how men think about and advocate for diversity in the technical workplace. Drawing