Originally Posted on SigChi.org SIGCHI is sponsoring the CRA-W Grad Cohort Workshop for a 3rd time in 2017. Joining the ACM, other SIGs and sponsors we will support a diverse set of graduate students to attend the CRA-W’s Grad Cohort 2017 in Washington, DC. CRA-W Grad Cohort Workshop 2017 Women and minorities are severely underrepresented […]
CRA Women Grad Cohort
This video introduces viewers to the CRA-W program Grad Cohort
This publication, “CRA-W Graduate School Information Guide,” is designed to help lead students through the graduate school process.
Dr. Bushra Anjum is a 2012 CRA-W Graduate Cohort Alumna, and is currently a software and research engineer at Amazon, Inc in San Luis Obispo. She has expertise in Agile Software Development for large scale distributed systems with special emphasis on system design and development for highly-scalable, fault-tolerant systems. Originally a Fulbright scholar from Pakistan, […]
Slides from the Grad Cohort 2015 Workshop. Session addresses the main differences in career options and in graduate studies between a Master’s degree and PhD degree. Topics include realistic goals and expectations for each degree and various strategies for deciding which degree to pursue.
View the program from the Grad Cohort 2015 workshop. Includes sessions, speakers, and information on the location of the 2015 workshop.
The dos and don’ts of building a professional image. Including web presence (personal pages and social media), dissemination of technical contributions, and professional ethics.
How to go about finding an industry or government lab internship for the summer, the advantages and disadvantages of doing so, and how to get the most out of a summer internship.
This Create a Better Environment in your Research Group one pager highlights advice given during past Grad Cohort workshops. It will provide a strategy and some tips to help you create a better environment for your research group.
The Ph.D. Survival Skills one pager is a resource that highlights past Grad Cohort Sessions. This resource can be used by Graduate students as a tip sheet to make graduate school more manageable.