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The Color of Our Future Conversation Four: Latinas Among the Stars

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation Three: Black Women in the Technology Workforce

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation Two: Black Women in Postsecondary Computing Education

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation One: Black Girls in Computing (K-12)

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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Webinar: Increase Women in Computer Science & Engineering Majors

This webinar was presented on May 18, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. EDT by Dr. Jennifer Goodall, an Extension Services Consultant, and Elizabeth Ensweiler, the Director …

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Webinar 20190108 Counselors for Computing: Collaborating for CS Equity and Access

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Learning From Young Women: A Multi-year NCWIT Research Study

Why do some women persist in computing and others don’t? The NCWIT “Learning from Young Women” study was a longitudinal mixed methods research project that explored …

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Learning About Intersectionality: Videos That Spark Discussion

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 …

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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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Tech Culture Interrupted

“Tech Culture Interrupted” is an engaging and provocative conversation between NCWIT social scientists (Dr. Catherine Ashcraft and Dr. Brad McLain) and a variety of special …

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¿Qué camino en computación es el adecuado para mí?

Encuentra el camino más adecuado para tu vocación. Esta tarjeta con puntos de conversación explica cómo los intereses y talentos en materia de computación se …

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Which computing pathway is right for me?

This resource, co-branded by the six founding PACE (Partnership for Advancing Computing Education) organizations, explains how computing interests and talents line up with different undergraduate …

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