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2019 NCWIT Summit - Highlights

2019 NCWIT Summit – Highlights

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Conversations for Change: Changing the Narrative About Aging, Tech, and Innovation

BRAD: Well hello everybody. May the 4th be with you. Welcome to NCWIT’s Conversations for Change, an online thought leadership series. My name is Brad ...
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Conversations for Change: Different Kinds of Minds

Temple Grandin, diagnosed with autism as a child, talks about how her mind works—sharing her ability to “think in pictures,” which helps her solve problems ...
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Conversations for Change: Connecting Generations

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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Conversations for Change: Learning About Intersectionality: Videos That Spark Discussion

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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Conversations for Change: The Color of Our Future: Promising Practices and Next Steps

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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How Do You Mentor Faculty Women?

Faculty mentoring programs help junior faculty to acclimate and promote relationships that can cover a broad range of topics. These programs enhance career commitment and ...
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How Do You Mentor Technical Women at Work?

Paired mentors and protégés exchange advice for career advancement and reduced turnover. Formal mentoring programs may include organized activities that provide a framework for the ...
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Exploring Factors that Influence Computer Science Introductory Course Students to Persist in the Major

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