Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows

The Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows Program at Duke University is a two-year, cohort-based, virtual professional development program that helps computing faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students learn more about social science topics as well as how these topics manifest in academic environments and technologies. Participants develop sustainable projects at their home institutions that leverage these topics.

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Identity Inclusive Instructor Summit

The Identity Inclusive Instructor Summit at the University of Oregon takes place each year to offer a cohort of high school, college, and university instructors to engage in a facilitated two-day workshop. This professional development event invites educators to investigate, collaborate, and develop strategies to support identity-inclusive curricula and pedagogical approaches in their educational settings.

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Teaching Assistant Professional Development Course

The goal of this course, developed at Mount Holyoke College, is to equip Computer Science Teaching Assistants with the necessary tools to create an inclusive and supportive learning environment.

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