Broadening Participation Alliance

With funding from NSF, CRA-W works to provide mentoring and support for women and underrepresented groups at every level of the research and education pipeline.  The following is a list of active joint projects.

Projects


Research Experiences for Undergraduates

CREU funds collaborative undergraduate student research during the academic year. Funded by NSF

DREU funds undergraduate student research during the summer at a faculty mentor’s home institution. Funded by NSF

Mentoring Tracks at Grace Hopper

In these sessions, successful computer scientists provide mentoring and career guidance to undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and researchers in industry and government labs.

Mentoring Tracks at Tapia

In these sessions, successful computer scientists provide mentoring and career guidance to undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and researchers in industry and government labs.

Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS)

The DLS program provides funding to host prominent academic and industrial researchers that can serve as role models and mentors for young women and minorities. The visitors deliver technical talks and participate in graduate recruiting and mentoring events. Funded by NSF

Discipline Specific Workshop (DSW)

The DSW workshops provide career mentoring and networking opportunities in the context of a specific research area, including coverage of technical topics. Funded by NSF

Center for Evaluating the Research Pipeline

CERP is an evaluation and research center focused on evaluating the success of our programs and learning how to improve them, so as to help increase diversity in the field of computing research.


If you are interested in collaborating with CRA-W, please contact Claire Brady

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number (1246649). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.