Career Mentoring Workshops are designed to support individuals in early and mid-career stages. Evaluation results indicate that after the workshop, as compared to before the workshop, participants were more likely to report they knew people to whom they could go to for guidance on how to advance their career.
Computing Research News
Articles about CRA’s biennial Career Mentoring Workshop.
CRA hosted the 2022 CRA Career Mentoring Workshop in person on February 24-25 in Washington, DC. More than 120 participants engaged in a variety of panels and mentoring activities with senior researchers, including several CRA board members, and representatives from government agencies.
The Computing Research Association will offer an in-person Career Mentoring Workshop, February 24-25, 2022, in Washington, D.C. This workshop provides advice and mentoring activities for those starting an academic computing research career. Most attendees are in their first or second year as assistant professors. The workshop will include a series of panels, plus valuable opportunities to network with other participants, CRA board members, senior researchers and representatives from government agencies.
CRA-W will hold early and mid career mentoring workshops for women on November 3-4 in Phoenix, AZ. The goal of these workshops is to provide an environment for mentoring, practical information, advice, and support among computing researchers.
The 2016 CRA Career Mentoring Workshop was held February 22-23 in Arlington, Virginia. More than 80 attendees had an opportunity to learn from about 20 speakers who are distinguished researchers, including several CRA board members, and representatives from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The workshop provided career advice and mentoring activities for assistant professors in computer science.
The biennial Career Mentoring Workshop will be offered by the Computing Research Association on February 22 and 23, 2016 at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Va.