IAAMCS is hosting a Fellowship Writing Workshop Series that is designed to assist students in Computing who need funding or additional support to fulfill their educational goals. The workshop series will provide personalized feedback and guidance on key components of fellowship applications. All students are welcome to participate.
IAAMCS is seeking exceptional mentors that can make a significant impact on the lives and future careers of aspiring students. Their mentoring program aims to provide African American students with invaluable guidance, encouragement, and resources to thrive in the computing industry.
CSGrad4US: Third Year Call for NSF Fellowship Opportunity for Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Holders to Return for Ph.D.
Applications for the 2023 Cycle are open! Applications for the CSGrad4US Graduate Fellowship are due June 26, 2023. Please visit https://www.nsf.gov/cise/CSGrad4US/ for all eligibility criteria and additional details and deadlines. The National Science Foundation...
For more information and to apply, please visit: https://cra.org/cra-wp/mentoring-workshop/ Please share this opportunity with any working professionals you think might be interested or would benefit from this event. CRA-WP is thrilled to announce its biennial Career...
Join an NCWIT Learning Circle to develop your Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Plan!
OMB is accepting public comments on their race and ethnicity data till April 12, 2023.
Feedback Opportunity On the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Science Assessment Framework
The following information was first published by NAEP Science Framework The National Assessment Governing Board sets policy for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as The Nation’s report Card – the country’s largest ongoing assessment of...
Applications are now open for the upcoming Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Plan Workshop, hosted by BPCnet.org in Atlanta, GA from May 30th- June 1st, 2023. We highly encourage departments to send 2-3 participants.
CRA invites you to complete a brief survey to help us learn more about your experience with BPCnet.org.
UCLA’s Momentum and CRA are excited to launch an Undergraduate BPC Literature Database that compiles scholarship on broadening participation in undergraduate computing. The focus of the included papers ranges from the implementation and evaluation of BPC interventions to theoretical pieces around broader social forces that cause longstanding inequalities in computing.