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Propagating diversity through active dissemination

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4 Author(s)
Siek, K.A. ; Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, CO ; Connelly, K. ; Menzel, S. ; Hopkins, L.

This paper is about building a pipeline of underrepresented students from high schools to graduate schools, with outreach programs at each of the 10 HBCUs serving as a crucial middle link. The glue that holds the pipeline together is a mutual and collaborative effort to develop outreach programs at each of the 10 HBCUs. The HBCUs benefit from increased visibility as their students go out into the community to promote computer science as a discipline. The students gain leadership experience as they develop and run their outreach programs, have opportunities to practice public speaking, and develop a broader understanding of research projects under way at their own schools.

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Computer  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 2 )