CREU is an undergraduate research program that provides research stipends to teams of students working on research projects under the guidance of a mentor at their home institutions.
Programs for Industry and Government Researchers How CRA-W Can Help You Learn how to thrive during your early years in a research lab. Attend an Early Career Mentoring Workshop. Learn how to advance your career to the highest possible levels at a Mid-Career Mentoring Workshop. Attend a workshop that provides discipline-specific mentoring and technical […]
Broadening Participation With funding from NSF, CRA-WP works to provide mentoring and support for women and underrepresented groups at every level of the research and education pipeline. The following is a list of active joint projects. Projects Research Experiences for Undergraduates CREU funds collaborative undergraduate student research during the academic year. Funded by NSF DREU funds undergraduate student […]
Programs for Faculty How CRA-W Can Help You Learn how to thrive during your early years in academia. Attend an Early Career Mentoring Workshop. Learn how to advance your career to the highest possible levels at a Mid-Career Mentoring Workshop. Attend or sponsor a workshop that provides discipline-specific mentoring and technical knowledge. Attending Grace Hopper? […]
Programs For Graduate Students Are you interested In Graduate School? Most universities pay computer science Ph.D. students. Enhance Your Graduate School Experience Grad Cohort for Women: Join hundreds of women in learning to navigate through graduate school. Grad Cohort for URMD: join a community of peers with similar interests and experiences, learning how to thrive […]
By Dr. Joann J. Ordille, Avaya Labs Research, email@example.com 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 […]
Originally Printed in the Summer/Fall 2008 Newsletter Recognizing the growing need to diversify the computer science and engineering fields, the Distributed Mentoring Program (DMP, now referred to as DREU) has provided 15 years of effort to increase the diversity of graduate students in the computing disciplines. CRA-W established the DMP in 1994. From 1994 to […]