Below is a list of education research papers and presentations using Data Buddies data.
Can sending first and second year computing students to technical conferences help retention?
Heather M. Wright and N. Burçin Tamer. Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2019.
The importance of sense of belonging for women in computing
Karyn L. Lewis, Jane G. Stout, Noah D. Finkelstein, Steven J. Pollock, Akira Miyake, Geoff L. Cohen, and Tiffany A. Ito. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2017.
Introductory computing course experience among first-generation college women
Jennifer M. Blaney & Jane G. Stout. Proceedings of SIGCSE 2017.
Evaluating the CRA-W’s Grad Cohort intervention
Jane G. Stout, Burçin Tamer, Heather M. Wright, Lori A. Clarke, Sandhya Dwarkadas, & Ayanna M. Howard. Frontiers in Psychology, 2017.
Recruitment and retention of undergraduate students in computing: Patterns by gender and race/ethnicity
Burçin Tamer, and Jane G. Stout. Computing Research Association: Washington, DC, 2016.
The benefits of collaborative learning on women’s computing self-concept
Jane G. Stout, & Burçin Tamer. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2016.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students’ sense of belonging in computing
Jane G. Stout & Heather M. Wright. Special issue of Computing in Science and Engineering, 2016.
The link between feeling welcomed and achievement among first generation students in computing
Jane G. Stout, Burçin Tamer, & Heather M. Wright. Proceedings of the AAAS/NSF symposium on Envisioning the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education: Research and Practice, 2016.
How research experiences for undergraduate students may foster diversity in the computing professorate
Burçin Tamer & Jane G. Stout. Proceedings of SIGCSE 2016.
The benefits of research experiences on minority students’ persistence in computing
Ama Nyame-Mensah. Proceedings of the meeting of Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT), 2015.
Understanding how summer research experiences can foster diversity in computing research
Ama Nyame-Mensah, Burçin Tamer, and Jane G. Stout. Computing Research Association: Washington, DC, 2015.
On the benefits of specialized settings for deaf and hard of hearing students in computing
Jane G. Stout. Proceedings of the meeting of Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT), 2015.
Action items from social science research to bridge the gender gap in computing research
Jane G. Stout and Tracy Camp. SIGCAS, 2014.