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In some ways diversity and accessibility are like pie (or your favorite dessert, insert here) -- who doesn't like pie?  The bigger questions involving execution, how to we maximize diversity (I believe by maximizing accessibi...
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Thanks to Mark Guzdial for pointing this out to me via his great computing education blog, but this post gave me pause -- we intend (or at least I intend) for technology and computing to provide more access, and thus more div...
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March 2014, Women in Technology discussion at Tell Me More on NPR.
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Barbara Ericson has recently studied the test taking patterns for AP Exams in various disciplines in terms of number of taker and gender, see this article by Brian A. Danielak which adjusts the visualization of the data to re...
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Sad about the content, love the presentation.
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No, I suspect data is OK, just sad about what it might mean, but I am more impressed by the presentation; visual, animated. that's all.
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I am so happy to announce the winner of The 2013 Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award is Susan Rodger of Duke University and current president of SIGCSE (and my SIGCSE 2008 Symposium Co-Chair).
http://awards.acm.org/award_winners/rodger_2853521.cfm
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Yes, to some degree > none.  I know there are many things in this category (e.g., food, safety, fun), so priorities are needed, but computational thinking is part of the more general solution so people can get the other stuff they should have.
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  • Haverford College
    Associate Professor of Computer Science, present
  • Philadelphia University
    Assistant Professor of Math/Computer Science, 1986 - 1993
  • Computer Sciences Corporation
    System Librarian, 1982 - 1983
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"... the brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something." R. Pausch
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Much potential, convenient to Stanford campus, big comfortable room, good wireless. However, the shower in my nice room did not work. I reported it, twice, but never addressed. Shame, it was a nice breakfast.
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