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AiiCE Community celebrates the Accomplishments of Graduating Undergraduates

The AiiCE Community takes great pride in recognizing and commending the exceptional achievements of our 2023 Graduates, whose contributions have been instrumental in advancing the Alliance for Identity-Inclusive Computing Education (AiiCE). Among these remarkable individuals, Dominique Buford, an alumna of Duke University, has made valuable contributions to our Byte-sized DEI-J team. We are thrilled that Dominique will continue working with Byte-sized DEI-J as she pursues her master's degree at Duke University.
Alison Kim, a graduate of Swarthmore College, played a pivotal role as a member of our Student Advisory Board. Jabari Kwesi, who also graduated from Duke University, will begin a Ph.D. program at Duke while continuing to contribute as a member of our Student Advisory Board and our Bass Connections Team: Understanding Perceptions of Race Among Computer Science Undergraduates. Helen Xiao, who graduated from Duke University, is a valuable member of our Bass Connections Team: Understanding Perceptions of Race Among Computer Science Undergraduates. Their dedication, insights, and passion have left a mark on AiiCE, and we extend our heartfelt appreciation for their significant and ongoing efforts.
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Congratulatory AiiCE Community Graduates 2023