The following blog was originally posted on the CRA Bulletin and CRA Government Affairs Blog, by Matt Hazenbush, Director of Communications, and Brian Mosley, Associate Director, Government Affairs. We live in a world dominated by computing. Many of the most significant problems facing the world and our country either have solutions in—or are caused by—computing. Yet, […]
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The following is a message from the Assistant Director (AD) of the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF). A Fond Farewell Dear CISE Community, This marks my last monthly CISE newsletter in the leadership role for CISE. After a fulfilling 4-year term at NSF, I will […]
Jofish Kaye, Nita Patel, Jennifer Rexford, and Mark Segal CRA-Industry (CRA-I) is happy to announce four new Council members charged with propelling the committee forward. This growing list of Council members, led by CRA-I Council Chair Divesh Srivastava (AT&T), will continue to work closely with the Steering Committee to identify future committee directions, connect with […]
The Computing Research Association (CRA) is now accepting applications for its biennial CRA Career Mentoring Workshops (CMWs). The workshops provide valuable career advice and mentoring activities to people just beginning or in the early stages of their computing research careers. Building on the success of more than two decades of workshops for starting a tenure-track position […]
The Defense Innovation Board (DIB) is seeking to gather diverse perspectives for improving the collection, availability, analysis, and use of data within the Department of Defense (DoD). The DIB welcomes insights and best practices from industry, academia, uniformed personnel, and other interested parties. Expertise and feedback will help shape the DIB’s research and recommendations to […]
CRA-Industry will host a virtual roundtable on December 6th, from 3-4:30PM ET, centered around the critical theme of “Healthcare Data Sharing.” The event will be moderated by Tammy Toscos from Parkview Health and Divesh Srivastava from AT&T. Confirmed speakers include Margarita Gonzales (Digital Transformation Leader, Georgia Tech Research), Belinda Seto (Deputy Director Office of Data […]
In April 2023, the National Science Foundation (NSF) published a Request for Information (RFI) to inform the development of a roadmap for the recently established Technology, Innovations, and Partnerships (TIP) Directorate. This roadmap will help guide TIP’s investments in translational use-inspired research to maintain US competitiveness in scientific research. The Computing Research Association (CRA) submitted two responses: a joint response from […]
Have you or someone on your team signed up for LEVEL UP yet? If not, we need your voice and perspective! Apply for your regional LEVEL UP workshop now. As you know, computing education continues to face challenges around inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessible learning. Change is possible with a coordinated effort among computing leaders and faculty. […]
In April 2023, the National Science Foundation (NSF) published a Request for Information (RFI) to inform the development of a roadmap for the recently established Technology, Innovations, and Partnerships (TIP) Directorate. This roadmap will help guide TIP’s investments in translational use-inspired research to maintain US competitiveness in scientific research. The Computing Research Association (CRA) submitted […]
In a rapidly digitizing world, ensuring accessibility for all individuals is crucial. In February 2023, the Computing Research Association (CRA) held a workshop on Accessible Technology for All. The workshop was co-hosted by CRA-Industry (CRA-I), Computing Community Consortium (CCC), and CRA-Widening Participation (CRA-WP) and led by a team of organizers from the various CRA committees […]