New York City – The 2011 NCWIT Summit convened hundreds of change leaders from our community of educators, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and social scientists to discuss research, ideas, and action items for narrowing the gap. Creating change for women in tech is not a job for one individual or one organization. Each year, the NCWIT Summit offers an environment for peers to learn, strategize, and celebrate as they work on this very important mission.
Maureen Biggers hosts several panelists: Tammy Pirmann, Idit Harel Caperton, Jean Ryoo, Dennis Groth, Jane Margolis in a discussion about CS education success stories.
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.
NCWIT 2011 Summit – Workshop Slides, Tinkering: How might ‘Making Stuff’ Influence Girls’ Interest in STEM and Computing?
Moderator Marie Bjerede hosts panelists Tony DeRose, Leah Buechley, and Sylvia Martinez
This talk features one of the pre-eminent experts on stereotype threat, Joshua Aronson, talking about how stereotype threat affects underrepresented groups in particular environments and what