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2015 NCWIT Summit — Workshop Slides by Cathy Hawley, Lucy Mendel, and Miranda Reeves

Untapped Audiences: The Growing Pipeline of Women Returning or Switching to Tech

Learn about the growing landscape of technical bootcamps and returnships, as well as how to successfully incorporate untapped talent into your company.

2015 NCWIT Summit — Workshop Slides by Betty Jeanne Taylor, PhD

Inclusive Classrooms: Preparing Graduate Students for Academic Leadership

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Adrianna Kezar

Slides from Adrianna Kezar’s workshop, "Creating Change and Motivating Others to Innovate”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Brayden King

Slides from Brayden King’s workshop, "Mobilizing Influence in the Workplace: Creating Opportunities and Allies for Reform”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Mark Guzdial

Slides from Mark Guzdial’s workshop, "How to change a state: Making computing education fit into public education”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Geoff Cohen

Slides from Geoff Cohen’s workshop, "Yes, You Do Belong Here”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Anna Giraldo-Kerr

Slides from Anna Giraldo-Kerr’s workshop, "Micro Actions, Macro Impact: Managing Differences and Minimizing Micro Inequities”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Christopher Metzler

Slides from Christopher Metzler’s workshop, "Be A Change Leader Without Ruining Your Career

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Ed Lazowska and Eric Roberts

Slides from Ed Lazowska’s and Eric Robert's workshop, "Tsunami or Sea Change? Responding to the Explosion of Student Interest in Computer Science”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Melissa Thomas-Hunt

Slides from Melissa Thomas-Hunt’s workshop, "Leveraging Expertise to Drive Team Innovation & Performance: What Gets in the Way and How to Get Rid of It?”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Rachael King

Slides from Rachael King’s workshop, "Why You Should Never Raffle Off an iPad... (Unless You're Apple).”

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Raquell Holmes

Slides from Raquell Holmes’s workshop, "From recognition to action: What do you do to challenge inequities?”

NCWIT 2012 Summit - Workshop Slides, Reverse Mentoring Programs

Reverse Mentoring: What is it, and How Might it Improve Diversity and Inclusion in Your Organization?

Rosie Cofre, Randall Lane, Tina Wing, and Angela Archon discuss two companies’ experiences with "reverse mentoring," an innovative mentoring approach where junior employees or employees from underrepresented groups mentor senior employees or employees from majority groups. Panelists will discuss their experiences with the program, challenges, and how they have benefited from it. This will be an informal session, encouraging interactive dialogue with the audience.

NCWIT 2012 Summit - Workshop Slides, Job Advertisements

"How Job Ads Can Reinforce or Undermine the Status Quo" by Dr. Aaron Kay

People are powerfully, and usually unconsciously, motivated to view the status quo as the way things should be. Recognizing this fact can help us avoid recreating the gender imbalance in computing. One example of a process that very likely contributes to gender imbalance comes from research on want ads. In this workshop, you will learn about how the wording of these ads subtly communicates the assumption that men are appropriate candidates.

NCWIT 2012 Summit - Workshop Slides, NCWIT2Go

"Where Could You Take NCWIT, and Where Can We Take You?" by Jenny Slade, Dr. Wendy DuBow, Jennifer Jirous, and Dr. Charlie McDowell

NCWIT 2012 Summit - Workshop Slides, A High School Teacher's Perspective on Computer Science Recruitment and Retention

"A High School Teacher's Perspective on Computer Science Recruitment and Retention"

Seth Reichelson discusses how active recruiting, retention, and word of mouth have been wildly successful at Lake Brantley High, a non-magnet school in Florida where enrollment for AP Computer Science in 2011-2012 was 65 girls and 79 boys (*45% female*.) This recruiting success is amplified with both mastery teaching and projects that engage diverse students, practices that can be widely adopted for bringing more and diverse students into computing.

NCWIT 2012 Summit - State of NCWIT Slides

"Community, Evidence, and Action" by Dr. Bobby Schnabel

NCWIT 2012 Summit - Aspirations Award Affiliate Slides

Award for Aspirations in Computing Ceremony - Illinois Affiliate

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