Evaluating the influence of broadening participation efforts on students, faculty, organizations, and the computing education infrastructure.
Leslie Goodyear, Gary Silverstein, Linda P. Thurston From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2017
Computer scientists at Stanford are not taught to seriously consider the societal or political impact of their products. This oversight is troubling since technology...The Stanford Review From ACM Opinion | May 16, 2017
In 2011 a young computer scientist named Jeff Hammerbacher said something profound while explaining why he'd decided to leave Facebook—and the promise of a small...BloombergBusinessweek From ACM Opinion | May 4, 2017
Advances in technology pose huge challenges for jobs. Productivity levels have never been higher in the United States, for example, but income for the bottom 50...Nature From ACM Opinion | April 14, 2017
"Think of the marvels we can achieve if we simply set free the dreams of our people," President Trump said in his speech to Congress last month, after summoning...The New York Times From ACM Opinion | March 27, 2017
In his keynote address before the fifth edition of the Tech Open Air conference in Berlin in 2016, Kickstarter's cofounder and CEO Yancey Strickler suggests the...Yancey Strickler From Communications of the ACM | April 1, 2017
Computer science is an especially male-dominated university course all over the world. I have some ideas about how to throw open more doors for women computer scientists...The Huffington Post From ACM Opinion | March 8, 2017