Conquer, this site provides resources for undergraduate students, interested in research, graduate school, and research careers in computer science. It also provides resources for faculty mentors, looking to engage and advise undergraduates in research and prepare them for graduate school in computing fields.
The annual CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researchers Award Program recognizes undergraduate students who show outstanding research potential in an area of computing research. Nominations are made by the student’s department. THIS YEARS WINNERS
This highly selective program matches promising undergraduate women and underrepresented groups with a faculty mentor for a summer research experience at the faculty member’s home institution.
The goal of this initiative is to increase the numbers of women and minorities who continue on to graduate school in computer science, engineering, and allied disciplines.
sends faculty and industry researchers to campuses to encourage women and minorities to attend graduate school. Get your school to apply!
Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference, which highlights the technical contributions and career interests of diverse people in computing fields.
CRA was the original sponsoring organization of what is now the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, which celebrates the technical contributions of women in computing.
Taulbee Survey provides salary and demographic data for faculty in CS & CE.
CRA Career Mentoring Workshop aids graduate students and junior faculty as they choose or begin their careers.
CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshops for women starting academic careers.
CRA’s Best Practices Memos has information you (and your future department) should know.
CRA is a co-sponsor of the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference, which highlights the technical contributions and career interests of diverse people in computing fields.
CRA-W Grad Cohort for Women Program holds workshops intended for Computer Science and Engineering students in their first year of grad school. Students meet for two days with 10-15 senior researchers who share pertinent information on the transition from student to researcher as well as more personal information and insights about their experiences.
CRA was the original sponsoring organization of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, which celebrates the technical contributions of women in computing.