Applications are now open for the upcoming Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Plan Workshop, hosted by in Denver, CO from August 3-5, 2022. In this workshop, departments will have the opportunity to learn more about BPC efforts from the National Science Foundation (NSF), how to create a Departmental BPC Plan, and how to best support faculty PIs submitting NSF proposals that require a BPC Plan. Consultants from will be available to answer questions and provide real-time feedback about your department’s BPC Plan during the workshop.

Please check out the workshop website for more information about the workshop.


This workshop is open to all computing department faculty and administrators developing Departmental BPC Plans. We recommend (but do not require) that each department participates in the workshop in teams of 2-3. For each department, we ask that at least one participant represent the leadership (e.g., department heads, deans, etc.) at the workshop. We also encourage non-academic staff, research institute personnel, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) professionals, and leaders from other broadening participation-related organizations to attend. Registrants do not need to have prior experience developing Departmental BPC Plans. Each department may send up to three representatives to attend.


This workshop is funded by the NSF. Attendees will be reimbursed for their travel expenses in accordance with CRA’s Travel Policy.


While each department may send up to three representatives to attend the workshop, we only require one application. The person that completes the application on behalf of the department will be asked to provide information on the other representatives (e.g., name, email). Click here to complete and submit your application by  midnight Sunday, June 26th. Applications submitted after the due date will be reviewed based on capacity.

If you have any questions regarding the workshop, please reach out to Resource Portal is an initiative of the Computing Research Association (CRA) with support from the National Science Foundation (CNS-1830364, CNS-2032231, and CNS-1940460). Subscribe to the newsletter & bulletin by clicking here.