Apply today to attend the early or mid career mentoring workshops on November 3-4th in Phoenix, AZ. The goal of these workshops is to bring junior researchers and educators together with women already established in their fields.
Upcoming early career mentoring workshops for the Education track at SIGCSE 2017 on March 8th 2017. When you attend the Early Career Mentoring Workshop, you will learn how to: be an effective and inspiring teacher, set yourself up for promotion and success, and balance work and life. You can find more information about this event […]
This session discussed how to plan, manage, run and assess a course.
This session discusses the tenure process.
In her keynote address titled "Still Learning," Dr. Francine Berman discussed her career path, and the lessons she's learned along the way.
This publication is a culmination of a decade of information provided at the CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshops from 1993-1999.
CRA-W will host Mid and Early Career Mentoring Workshops on June 13-14, 2015 co-located at the Federated Computing Research Conference in Portland, Oregon. The goal of these workshops is to increase the percentage of Computer Science and Engineering women faculty members and researchers/technologists who reach the top of their respective career tracks.
By Susan Rodger and Sheila Casteneda Originally Printed in the Winter/Spring 2014 Newsletter On March 6, 2013, the day before the SIGCSE 2013 Sympo-sium in Denver, Colorado, the CRA-W provided a full-day Career Mentoring Workshop for Educators (CMW-E) for women faculty and graduate students interested in teaching careers. Specifically, the workshop targeted women faculty early […]
Originally Printed in Summer/Fall 2009 Newsletter Two CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshops (CMW) were held in 2009: The research focused workshop (CMW-RL) was held July 11 -12 in Pasadena, CA, in conjunction with the Twenty-first International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. The education focused workshop (CMW-E) was held March 4 in Chattanooga, TN, in conjunction with SIGCSE 2009. The […]
Originally Posted in Summer/Fall 2008 Newsletter Eileen Kraemer is a Professor and the Head of the Computer Science Department at the University of Georgia. Her research interests are in visualization and interaction to support users engaged in complex tasks, such as the design and maintenance of concurrent software and the use of biological databases and […]