Learn to be a better mentor by using these best practices recommended by past Career Mentoring Workshop speakers.
Resources for Faculty
Women in Computer Science brochure highlights the careers of several women in the field of computer science (1993). The brochure tells the stories of how these women worked toward and achieved their career goals in a challenging and fun field.
This publication is a culmination of a decade of information provided at the CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshops from 1993-1999.
This session focused on prioritizing and making time for what matters to you. Strategies from time management experts, and approaches that have worked for work and home life were presented.
This talk covered current theories of pedagogy and practical suggestions/resources. We addressed planning course goals and objectives, interactive learning environments, and classroom management techniques.
Once you have your faculty position, how can you ensure that you have all you need - students to work with, professional development, travel support, etc.? This session presented ideas to help you make the most of your academic position.
This talk addressed issues related to making time for doing research, determining what sorts of projects and collaborations to pursue, selecting and working with undergraduate researchers, and obtaining research funding.
In this session, we explored how to find a mentor and how to be a good mentor. We discussed building mentor relationships, challenges and barriers in mentoring undergraduates, graduate students, and junior faculty.
View the program from the Early-CMW at SIGCSE 2015 workshop. Includes sessions, speakers, and information on the location of the 2015 workshop.
This session covered strategies for managing your visibility such that you and your work are known in your organization. Too often people feel invisible or that others have a bad impression of them. This session provides tools to manage that.