Recruitment and Retention Policies for Diversity. Notes from the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing – Chris Stewart. About the Conference. Purpose Highlight the technical contributions and career interests of diverse people in computing
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Recruitment and Retention Policies for Diversity
Notes from the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing – Chris Stewart
“We [share] our passion for computing with anyone willing to hear our technical presentations, view our poster presentations, and witness our robotics operations in competition. But not all the problems we address are technical. We face many challenges in broadening participation in our community, in opening doors and keeping them open.”
Tapia Conference Chair 2007
total BS BS in CS
Computing is too important to be left to men [any one segment of the population].
Karen Spärek Jones
[addendum by Jan Curry]
Based on workshop presentations and Maria Klawe's keynote "Mentoring Across Race and Discipline"
computer science programming
computer science boring
Based on Shirley Malcom’s keynote “It’s not just about the machine”
Progress for female and minority faculty at research universities, produced from past attempted solutions, has been too slow.
Dr. Donna J. Nelson
University of Oklahoma