Leisa D. Thompson

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Leisa D. Thompson (Moderator) National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT) University of Virginia 1-210-883-6204 leisadthompson@gmail.com Crystal Eney University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering 1-206-685-7571 ceney@cs.washington.edu Ruth Davis Santa Clara University Computer Engineering 1-408-554-4358 rdavis@scu.edu Tiffany Grady University of Texas(More)
BARREL is a multiple-balloon investigation designed to study electron losses from Earth’s Radiation Belts. Selected as a NASA Living with a Star Mission of OpportuR.M. Millan ( ) · D.G. McGaw · L.A. Woodger · B.A. Anderson · N.R. Knezek · J.M. Scheiman · A.J. Halford · M.K. Hudson Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755, USA(More)
J. McGrath Cohoon (Moderator) National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT) University of Virginia 1.434.243.2143 jmcohoon@virginia.edu Leisa D. Thompson NCWIT University of Virginia Charlottesville VA 1-210-883-6204 thompson@ncwit.org Jennifer Goodall NCWIT University at Albany Albany NY 1.646.388.0327 jennifer.goodall@ncwit.org Rebecca Dohrman NCWIT Purdue(More)
Most academic departments have outreach efforts to inform potential students and the public about their computing majors. Most participate in events and produce materials to communicate with students, teachers, parents, and employers. Often, however, these recruiting efforts are attended in an opportunistic way rather than strategically. Often, little(More)
The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Extension Services for Undergraduate Programs (ES-UP) has created a large group of trained consultants (ESCs) and clients who are passionate about women's participation in computing. This panel will describe how our ESCs and clients have worked together to effect change and will show(More)
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