Diversity and Inclusion in Computer Science and Engineering
This seminar will survey a broad spectrum of papers focused on issues of diversity and inclusion within the context of computer science, engineering, and higher education in general. Each week one paper will be assigned for reading and discussion. Meetings will consist of discussion of the papers. The goal of the seminar is to provide an opportunity for students (and the professor) to explore current research on the subject of D&I in an informal environment.
Meeting Times: Wednesdays @ 4:30pm (Eastern Time)
Meeting Place: Malone 222 (and zoom if you cannot make in-person.)
To be considered for next week's reading, paper recommendations should be in half a week before we meet.
While the list (and list of lists) below provides a sampling of papers, it is by no means exhaustive. Feel free to recommend papers you find interesting. In fact, if you come across papers/compilations that look interesting, please let me know and I will add them to the list.
Feel free to e-mail me at any time (email@example.com) to have a paper added to the list of candidates.
The following list includes a number of candidate papers for discussion in the seminar. (The crossed out ones have already been covered in the seminar.) This list is a compilation of recommendations from researchers in the area of diversity and inclusion from different universities.