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RICHARD LADNER

AccessCS10K, University of Washington

AccessCS10K

NSF Awards: 1440843

2015 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12, Undergraduate, Graduate

The demand for trained computer scientists and engineers has grown and continues to grow dramatically. Despite the recognized need for a diverse computing workforce, women, racial/ethnic minorities, and people with disabilities continue to be underrepresented in computing and STEM fields. In this short video one woman shares advice for instructors on how their behaviors impact an underrepresented students’ decision to pursue computer science. 

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