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“Connecting Generations” with Ruzena Bajcsy and Eshika Saxena | Video Playback

2020 Collegiate Award Winner Eshika Saxena interviews 2020 NCWIT Pioneer Award Winner Ruzena Bajcsy in an inspiring conversation, connecting generations. They both discuss their unique …

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“Learning About Intersectionality: Videos That Spark Discussion” with Colleen Lewis, Kyla McMullen, and Darryl Yong | Video Playback

The language around gender, sex, sexuality, race, and ability is constantly evolving, and it can be difficult to keep up! The objective of this workshop …

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“The Color of Our Future: Promising Practices and Next Steps” with Jannie Fernandez; Cheryl Swanier, PhD; and JeffriAnne Wilder, PhD | Video Playback

The Color of Our Future is a recently developed plan to anchor NCWIT strategies, programs, and initiatives that aim to advance and broaden the participation …

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“Fostering a Culture of Respect, Inclusion, and Engagement” with Paul L. Marciano | Video Playback

Creating an inclusive workplace culture with highly engaged team members is only possible when an organization is built on a foundation of respect. This interactive …

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“Race to the Future? Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology and Society” with Ruha Benjamin | Video Playback

From everyday apps to complex algorithms, technology has the potential to hide, speed, and deepen discrimination, while appearing neutral and even benevolent when compared to …

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“Tech Culture Interrupted” with Lucy Sanders | Video Playback

As the old adage goes, those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. In this session, join NCWIT CEO and Co-founder …

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2015 NCWIT Summit — “Advocacy” Empower Hour

2015 NCWIT Summit — “Advocacy” Empower Hour

Learn strategies to effectively raise awareness about issues related to women in computing, and build a constituency committed to working toward change.

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2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Rachael King

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Rachael King

Slides from Rachael King’s workshop, “Why You Should Never Raffle Off an iPad… (Unless You’re Apple).”

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NCWIT 2011 Summit - Workshop Slides

NCWIT 2011 Summit – Workshop Slides, Technical Women and the Great Debate: Change the System or Change the Woman?

Moderator Vivek Wadhwa hosts panelists Helen Peterson, Joanne Wilson, and Sara Chipps.

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Industry Interrupting Bias Cover

Interrupting Bias in Industry Settings

Use this resource to help you practice ways to interrupt bias in real-life situations. Click the “View” button to see an online version, or click …

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"Fostering a Culture of Respect

“Fostering a Culture of Respect, Inclusion, and Engagement” by Paul L. Marciano | Presentation Slides

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2018 NCWIT Summit - “Strengthening 2- to 4-Year Transfer Pathways: Implications for Broadening Participation” Workshop by John Fink

2018 NCWIT Summit – “Strengthening 2- to 4-Year Transfer Pathways: Implications for Broadening Participation” Workshop by John Fink

Millions of students start at community colleges each year, most of whom hope to transfer and earn a bachelor’s degree, yet less than 15% are …

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