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Advising for Future-Ready Careers Episode 1: Connecting 21st Century Skills and Educational Pathways for the Next Generation of Problem-solving

Episode 1, originally broadcast February 24, 2021, features CEOs and Founders of Likeable STEM Anesha and Annika Santhanam. This platform is dedicated to students in …

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Advising for Future-Ready Careers Episode 2: What Makes an App Addicting?

Episode 2, originally broadcast on March 24, features Apptuitive CEO and Founder Carissa Lintao. She has been recognized in Forbes, CNBC, Business Insider, and Roadtrip …

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Advising for Future-ready Careers Episode 5: Ethics in Computing

Episode 5, originally broadcast on June 16, 2021, features Jess Smith, a machine learning and AI ethics PhD Student at the University of Colorado. In …

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Advising for Future-Ready Careers Episode 4: Accessibility and Computing

This webinar, originally broadcast on May 19, 2021, features Ruth Kyle, School Counselor, and Tom Kyle, Computer Science Teacher. In this episode, they discuss the …

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Advising for Future-Ready Careers Episode 3: Careers in Cybersecurity

Episode 3, originally broadcast on April 21, features Kevin Nolten, Director of Academic Outreach at Cyber.org, and Samina Mondal, founder of Cyberweek.org. Cybersecurity careers are …

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Lack of diversity is an issue that stretches across disciplines and industries. Only by organizing and uniting our voices for change can we hope for …

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2017 NCWIT Summit - “Let’s Talk R&R: Expert Advice on Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention” Conversation by Leisa Thompson and Sherri Sanders

2017 NCWIT Summit – “Let’s Talk R&R: Expert Advice on Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention” Conversation by Leisa Thompson and Sherri Sanders

Do you have questions about how to increase the representation of women in your undergraduate computing program? Come to this session for personalized advice from …

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2016 NCWIT Summit - “Net-neutrality

2016 NCWIT Summit – “Net-neutrality, Broadband Access, and Unlicensed Spectrums: Connecting the Unserved and Underserved” Mini Plenary by Matthew Rantanen

Rantanen is at the forefront of rural access, working on all aspects of this issue — policy, construction, and training. He will discuss the need …

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2015 NCWIT Summit - Plenary III

2015 NCWIT Summit – Plenary III, Hacking Bias by Joan C. Williams

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2015 NCWIT Summit — Workshop Slides by Dr. Catherine Good

2015 NCWIT Summit — Workshop Slides by Dr. Catherine Good

Practical Strategies for Reducing Stereotype Threat More than 350 studies have shown how stereotype threat can reduce performance, confidence, and risk-taking for underrepresented groups in …

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2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Raquell Holmes

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Raquell Holmes

Slides from Raquell Holmes’s workshop, “From recognition to action: What do you do to challenge inequities?”

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NCWIT 2011 Summit - Workshop Slides

NCWIT 2011 Summit – Workshop Slides, CS Education: Success Stories from the Field

Maureen Biggers hosts several panelists: Tammy Pirmann, Idit Harel Caperton, Jean Ryoo, Dennis Groth, Jane Margolis in a discussion about CS education success stories.

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