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Workshop: Expanding The Agenda For Inclusive Policy, Practices,
And Research Regarding Gender And Computer Science

Over the course of the workshop, participants will collectively develop an initial research agenda that acknowledges intersectional identities for TNB students as they move through the CS ecosystem. Overlaying the exploration of these topics is the recognition that both the field of computing and the experiences of individuals operate in a socio-historical context in which dimensions of relationality, power, social inequality, social context, complexity and social justice must be considered.

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KEY DATES:

Pre-workshop Panel 1: Thursday, November 3rd from 5-6:30 PM EST
 

Pre-workshop Panel 2: Thursday, December 8th, from 5-6:30 PM EST

Workshop: TUE, WED, & THU afternoons January 10 - 12 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM (EST) 


PRE-WORKSHOP PANELS
Panel 1: Facilitated Panel: Current state of TNB Computing research 
Panel 2: Facilitated Panel: Intersectional Study Design


WORKSHOP THEMES AND ACTIVITIES
Day 1: Understanding the context for TNB youth in the US
Activity 1: Mapping the US Policies:
Available data and current efforts 

Activity 2: Doing equity work in a politically
charged environment

Day 2: Building an intersectional research
agenda around TNB  learners

Activity 1: Conversation: From studies of intersectionality
to intersectional studies
Activity 2: Aligning research questions with principles of intersectionality & CER

Day 3: Tying to current research efforts
Activity 1: Small working groups: Applying workshop concepts to current work

 

 

WORKSHOP ORGANIZATION:
Stacey Sexton (Chair) and Amanda Menier (co-Chair) of SageFox Consulting Group

ADVISORY BOARD:
Wendy DuBow, Jakita Thomas, Yolanda Rankin, and Brianna Blaser


Please reach out to Stacey: ssexton@sagefoxgroup.com with any questions.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation (Award #2233622). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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