Acm, Bigham JP, Aller MB, Brudvik JT, Leung JO, Yazzolino LA, Ladner RE.
Blind students are an underrepresented group in computer science. In this paper, we describe our experience preparing and leading the computer science track at the National Federation of the Blind Youth Slam. As part of this workshop, fifteen blind...
Ieee, McNair LD, Borrego M.
We present results from a graduate course project to design an ePortfolio tool to support graduate program assessment, student learning development, and professional preparation for a "client" traditional engineering department. Students were tasked with meeting their clients, conducting a...
Lufkin MaryE, Wiberg MaryM, Jenkins CourtneyReed, Berardi StefanieLLee, Boyer Terri, Eardley Ellen, Huss Janet.
This chapter is limited to addressing career and technical education (CTE) programs from Grades 7-12 and two-year CTE associate of arts degree programs. Other programs related to gender equity in CTE are covered in greater depth elsewhere in this...
Dark MJ, Manigault CW.
There is the need in colleges and universities across the country field of Computer Information to attract students to lite ion Assurance and Security and support those students through a program of study, that will culminate in their graduation...
Ieee, Pawley AL.
Programs and theories that form around women's underrepresentation in engineering tend to use,pipeline or chilly climate metaphors for their theoretical foundation. This paper investigates a metaphor new to engineers, that of "boundaries," to help make visible the disciplinary work...
Ieee, Starks SA, Blake S, Tchoshanov M.
This paper presents an educational outreach activity that utilizes rockets to stimulate interest in science and mathematics for high school students. This activity involves predominantly underrepresented minority students at three high schools in the city of El Paso. In...
Lim RussellF, Primm AnnelleB, Hilty DonaldM.
This chapter focuses on career advice for early career psychiatrists who belong to underrepresented groups, such as women, ethnic minorities, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) psychiatrists who face additional challenges as academic faculty. The current status of...