Social Science Advisory Board

The Social Science Advisory Board (SSAB) is an advisory group of social scientists from preeminent institutions nationwide that support NCWIT initiatives and goals through their knowledge of research and theory at the intersection of women and computing. The SSAB comprises approximately 20 Core Members (non-NCWIT staff) for whom travel support for NCWIT meetings is provided by NCWIT*, as needed. Members bring expertise from the areas of anthropology, education, evaluation, gender studies, history, policy, psychology, sociology, technology, and workforce study.

Associate Professor of Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
New York University
Associate Professor, School of Education
Stanford University
Director and Professor, Human-Computer Interaction, School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy, Department of Art History & Communication Studies
McGill University
Professor, School of Education, Fellow of the American Anthropological Association
University of Colorado
NSF Advance Professor, School of Public Policy Co-director, Center for Study of Women, Science, and Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology
Associate Professor, Women Studies
University of Washington
Associate Professor, Psychology, and Faculty Associate, Center for Women and Work
University of Massachusetts - Lowell
Research Analyst
Associate Professor, Learning Technologies
University of Missouri
Project Leader, Education Research Collaborative
TERC
Professor and Chair, Department of Economics
Iowa State University
Professor, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies
University of California, Los Angeles
Research Associate in the Harvard College Observatory and Associate of the Department of Physics
Harvard University
Researcher, Author, Anthropologist, Teacher
Professor, School of Public Administration
University of New Mexico
Professor Emerita
University of Colorado
Associate Professor, Social Psychology
University of Washington
Learning Scientist
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Senior Researcher, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
Computer Science Equity Alliance (CSEA), UCLA