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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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10 Actionable Ways to Actually Increase Diversity in Tech

Tech’s diversity problem is not new information, especially to those of us who work in the industry. There is a trend taking hold in tech …

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"Changing the Narrative About Aging

“Changing the Narrative About Aging, Tech, and Innovation” by Janine Vanderburg | Presentation Slides

Additional Resources and References Project Implicit is a non-profit organization and international collaboration between researchers who are interested in implicit social cognition—thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness …

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2018 NCWIT Summit - “Keeping the ALL in CSforALL” Workshop by Ruthe Farmer and Leigh Ann DeLyser

2018 NCWIT Summit – “Keeping the ALL in CSforALL” Workshop by Ruthe Farmer and Leigh Ann DeLyser

The movement to build computer science education for the U.S. is well under way, with new states, districts, and providers joining every day. As the …

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2017 NCWIT Summit - “NCWIT Resources Review: Ensuring Relevance for Black Communities” Conversation by Leslie Aaronson

2017 NCWIT Summit – “NCWIT Resources Review: Ensuring Relevance for Black Communities” Conversation by Leslie Aaronson, Wendy DuBow, and Enobong (Anna) Branch

This session is a follow-up to the 2016 Black Girls and Women Roundtable, but roundtable attendance is not a prerequisite. Come to this structured feedback …

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2016 NCWIT Summit — “Data Transparency a Year Later: Looking Back and Moving Forward” NCWIT Empower Hour

2016 NCWIT Summit — “Data Transparency a Year Later: Looking Back and Moving Forward” NCWIT Empower Hour

We will look back over successes, challenges, and key developments in the past year as tech companies continue to refine the public release of their …

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2015 NCWIT Summit - Plenary I

2015 NCWIT Summit – Plenary I, The Glass Slipper: Leaning in … to the Evidence on Gender and Professions by Karen Ashcraft

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