RESPECT 2015 is co-located with the STARS Celebration of Broadening Participation in Computing in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.RESPECT 2015 (Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology) will serve as the first international meeting sponsored by the IEEE Special Technical Community on Broadening Participation. As worldwide demand for computing professionals increases, it is essential to create a more diverse workforce in order to drive creativity and provide equal opportunity. You can join the conversation by reaching out and using the #STCBP and #BPRESPECT tags.
August 14, 2015 (Friday)
Keynotes & Panels
Richard Ladner. Accessibility and Beyond.
Panel: BPC Alliance Leaders Fireside Chat. We have invited leaders from ECEP (Mark Guzdial), STARS (Jamie Payton), NCWIT, CDC, IAAMCS, CAHSI, and more to speak on a panel about effective practices to broaden participation for individuals and groups.
Panel: You should (and absolutely can) keep diversity in sharp focus during the enrollment surge. Lisa Kaczmarczyk, Alvaro Monge, Jeff Offutt, Heather Pon-Barry, and Suzanne Westbrook.
- Celebration + RESPECT
- Student Early Bird: $350
- Student after July 10: $400
- Faculty/General Early Bird: $450
- Faculty/General after July 10: $500
- RESPECT Only
- Student Early Bird: $175
- Student after July 10: $225
- Faculty/General Early Bird: $250
- Faculty/General after July 10: $300