The Biomedical Data Science Workshop (BMDSW) is a two day event for underrepresented undergraduates, graduates, and post-doctorate researchers from the US and its territories sponsored by CRA-W and the Coalition for Diversifying Computing (CDC). Biomedical Data Science is focused on interdisciplinary computational research in fields such as Biology, Neuroscience, Medicine, and Health where data sets have grown so large […]
The Biomedical Data Science Workshop is a 2 day event for underrepresented undergraduates, graduates, and post-doctorate researchers from the US and its territories sponsored by CRA-W and the CDC.
Originally Printed in the Summer/Fall 2014 Newsletter by Sanjukta Bhanja On May 29, 2014, CRAW/CDC sponsored a workshop to enhance diversity in design automation with a focus on emerging directions and technology. The workshop was co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Design Automation Conference (DAC) (Newton Fellowship). It was an enjoyable day […]
By Dr. Vetria L. Byrd & Dr. Lori Tanner Originally Printed in the Winter/Spring 2014 Newsletter Visualization plays a significant role in the exploration and understanding of data across all disciplines with a universal goal: gaining insight into the complex relationships that exist within the data. The need to diversify a field with such far-reaching […]
The CHIMe 2012 mentoring workshop took place on May 5-6, 2012 in Austin, TX colocated with the CHI 2012 conference. In attendance at the 1.5-day workshop were 30 students (25 from the US, 5 from Canada) and 11 speakers from academia, industry, and government labs. Organizers Ron Metoyer and Manuel Pérez-Quiñones developed this second incarnation […]
Originally Printed in the Summer/Fall 2010 Newsletter By Margaret Martonosi, Princeton University In 2005, CRA-W and the Coalition to Diversify Computing (CDC) began collaborating on a program encouraging discipline-specific mentoring workshops in various sub-fields of computing. The goal of these workshops is to increase the participation and success of members of underrepresented groups within a […]
By Dr. Joann J. Ordille, Avaya Labs Research, firstname.lastname@example.org Originally Printed in Winter/Spring 2010 Newsletter Last year, CRA-W introduced an array of new programs to a sold-out crowd of 1,570 at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2009 (GHC 2009). This year promises to be even better with the programs refined and extended […]