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CRA-W @ GHC 2014 Leadership. Lori Pollock, University of Delaware Kathryn S McKinley, Microsoft Research. Industry/government labs. Graduate Students. Undergraduates. Academic careers. What does CRA-W do? I ndividual & Group Research Mentoring.

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Cra w @ ghc 2014 leadership

CRA-W @ GHC 2014Leadership

Lori Pollock, University of Delaware

Kathryn S McKinley, Microsoft Research


What does cra w do i ndividual group research mentoring

Industry/government labs

Graduate Students

Undergraduates

Academic careers

What does CRA-W do?Individual & Group Research Mentoring

Undergrads UndergraduateResearch Experiences

Undergrads Distinguished lecture role models

Grad Cohort group mentoring of graduate students

Grad Students Discipline Specific Research workshops

PhD Researchers group mentoring early & mid career @ CMW, CAPP, Grace Hopper & Tapia

600+ students & PhDs a year


Does it work

Does it work?

Yes!

Compares program participants to non-participants


The next hour of your life

The next hour of your life

A bit about Lori and Kathryn

Leadership activities – reflect & report out

  • Which positions?

  • Why or why not?

  • Challenges

  • Tips & Pitfalls


Lori pollock professor university of delaware

More Effective Software Practitioners

Support code understanding, search,

testing, maintenance and evolution

Lori PollockProfessor, University of Delaware

Automated testing

Improved tools through source code name analysis

Decision-making support for energy efficiency

+ Leadership

ACM SIGPLAN EC, Vice Chair

CRA-W co-chair

CRA-W Grad Cohort co-chair

General Chair, Grace Hopper Celebration, ISSTA

CS10K Project Leader in state of Delaware

Assoc Editor, ACM TOSEM


Kathryn mckinley principal researcher microsoft

Program committees – lots

Faculty recruiting- chair

SIGPLAN EC - Best of PLDI

Program Chair

ASPLOS, PACT, PLDI, CGO, ISMM

CRA-W co-chair

Energy

Better systems

Programmable, correct, fast, secure, energy efficient

Kathryn McKinleyPrincipal Researcher, Microsoft

Uncertain<T> programming with estimates

Immix Garbage Collection

DaCapo Benchmarks

Software / hardware cooperation

+ Leadership


Choosing leadership roles

Choosing Leadership Roles

Personal Reflection Activity

Write down

All your positions with leadership

  • formal or informal

    Why you took on these positions


Report out

Report Out


Leadership roles

Leadership Roles


Why this leadership r ole

Why This Leadership Role?


Declining leadership roles

Declining Leadership Roles

Personal Reflection Activity

Write down

All the leadership positions you declined, when asked

Why you said NO!


Report out1

Report Out


Leadership roles declined

Leadership Roles Declined


Why not this position

Why Not This Position?


Leadership challenges

Leadership Challenges

Table Activity- 10 minutes

In your group,

  • List leadership challenges you have experienced or believe occur


Report out2

Report Out


Leadership challenges1

Leadership Challenges


How to be un successful in leadership

How to be (Un) Successful in Leadership

Table Activity- 5 minutes

At your table,

1. List tips & advice for success

2. List pitfalls for failure


Report out3

Report Out


Tips for successful leadership

Tips for Successful Leadership


Pitfalls for unsuccessful leadership

Pitfalls for Unsuccessful Leadership


Discussion

Discussion

Doing an excellent job creates the next opportunity!


Thank you thanks to our sponsors

Thank you & thanks to our sponsors

Private Foundation

University Departments

www.cra-w.orgwww.cdc.org


Leadership get something done you believe in

LeadershipGet something done you believe in

Formal & Informal

  • Internal & external – Large grant, department head/chair, officer in professional society, Program Chair, NSF PM, CRA Board, simple as speaking up

    New Initiatives

  • Non-permanent activities that may, but don’t have to, become institutionalized– Grants, workshops, courses, IP policy committee, University ad hoc committees

    New Programs

  • permanent & institutionalized activities – College of Computing, Interdisciplinary Conference, NSF program


Research leadership

Research Leadership

Visible research efforts

  • Collaborative grants, [new] workshops,

    Say yes to important (not all) research service

  • program committees, grant review panels

  • PC chair, editorial boards, ACM/CRA committees

  • mentor junior faculty in your discipline

    Make your research visible

  • cultivate senior research leaders

  • give great talks at workshops, Universities, companies, labs

  • go to YOUR conference every year

  • place your students well – their success is yours!

    Doing an excellent job creates the next opportunity!


Service builds leadership recognition impact

Service builds Leadership, Recognition, Impact

Government

Professional &Research Community

University

Department

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Impacts research leadership visibility

impacts leadership students community


Choose service that matters choose a theme focus

Somebody“should”

Choose Service that Matters!Choose a Theme/Focus

Hiring

Faculty Eval

Journal Editor

SIG Board

CRA Women

Admissions

Curriculum Reform

Time

Space

UndergradMentoring

Career Benefit

Note: your institution may differ


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