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NCWIT Members Can Share Opportunities with the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Community

November 12, 2013

Did you know that NCWIT member organizations can submit* opportunities to the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AIC) website for Award recipients, educators, parents, and other AIC participants to view? Technology-related opportunities at the local, regional, or national level are applicable submissions. View a list of current opportunities in the form of scholarships, internships, summer camps, undergraduate research opportunities, awards, jobs, and more at www.aspirations.org/opportunities.

Gender Diversity in Startups, Donations Make Initiative a Reality, 16 Traits of a Great IT Leader, Code.org, Few Females in Ad Tech

October 30, 2013

Gender Diversity In Startups Might Be More Important Than You Thought

Did you know that while it is no secret that the tech startup community is lacking women, this gender imbalance may actually be impeding startups? David Cohen, founder and CEO of TechStars, delves into this topic and provides tips for combating gender disparity in this Wall Street Journal blog entry.

Evolving Perspectives at Grace Hopper 2013

October 17, 2013

The mere fact that the Grace Hopper Conference (GHC) exists at all, not to mention that it is so well attended, should be taken as a sign of the times.

Non-Doctoral-Granting Departments, Social Acceptance of STEM, NCWIT at DSW, and a Startup Mentality

October 15, 2013

New Insight Into Non-Doctoral-Granting Departments in Computing

Skepticism Around MOOCs, Male Mentors, Retaining Female Tech Talent, and Award Recipients and K-12 Members

September 30, 2013

Many Professors Are Skeptical of MOOCs

Did you know that Inside Higher Ed recently released the Faculty Attitudes on Technology report? The report is based on Gallup’s survey of 2,251 professors. Generally, results indicate high levels of skepticism about the merit of MOOCs. Only one in five faculty members agree with the statement: “Online courses can achieve learning outcomes equivalent to those of in-person courses.”

Vote for NCWIT to Receive a $25,000 Chase Community Giving Grant During Denver Startup Week

September 16, 2013

NCWIT is one of 13 Colorado-based non-profits included as part of the Chase Community Giving campaign at Denver Startup Week (DSW). On Friday, September 20, six candidates will be named as recipients of a $25,000 Chase Community Giving grant.

 

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