NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund
February 2015 (Round 11):
We are pleased to announce the Call for Proposals for 2015 (Round 11) of the NCWIT Seed Fund is now open. Winners will be recognized at the May 2015 Summit in Hilton Head, South Carolina. To apply, simply submit your online application (including a PDF upload of your chair’s or dean’s letter of support) by clicking “signup” here:
Applications and letters of support are due on November 2, 2014, by midnight MT. Winners will be notified by February 25, 2015.
For more details (including proposal content, deadlines, about the Call for Proposals for Fall 2014 (Round 11), please view our Seed Fund 2015 Call for Proposals and FAQs.
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February 2014 (Round 10):
Microsoft Research and NCWIT were pleased to announce the 10th round of Seed Fund winners via Press Release
- College of St. Scholastica will provide professional development for faculty teaching at The College of St. Scholastica, assisting them in instilling a growth mindset among students in the Computer Science/Computer Information Systems (CS/CIS) major and associated concentrations, as well as pre-engineering courses at the College of St. Scholastica. Project Principal Investigator(s): Jennifer Rosato
- Georgia Gwinnett College will implement The Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) Women in IT Boot Camp. The boot camp is a weeklong workshop that will provide 24 rising female IT sophomores with an opportunity to gain a head start in programming. Project Principle Investigator(s): Sonal Dekhane, Kristine Nagel, & Nannette Napier
- South Carolina Technical College System will implement the Triple A (AAA) Academy for 10-14 females enrolled in IT programs. The initiative is a one-week pilot program that promotes ability, acuity, and audacity in IT-related fields. Project Principle Investigator(s): Salandra Bowman & Stephanie Frazier
- Tufts University will design a curriculum and accompanying set of hardware and software tools that teaches computational thinking and engineering through the design and construction of tangible, programmable electronic musical instruments that youth can use for live performance. Project Principle Investigator(s): Benjamin Shapiro
- The University of Arizona and their MIS department will team with industry to make students in CS and MIS aware of diversity issues, with a special focus on gender, preparing them to be leaders and managers who are equipped to both counter the problems and leverage the benefits of diversity. Project Principle Investigator(s): Paulo Goes & Gondy Leroy
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