STARS Computing Corps BPC Cohort Conference Attendance Program: Faculty Workshop Application
The STARS Computing Corps BPC Conference Cohort Attendance Program provides scholarships and training to support diverse cohorts of students and faculty to attend diversity-oriented conferences, like Tapia. The program includes cohort-focused activities throughout the academic year that build community and sense of belonging, and ignite BPC efforts within your home computing department. Apply here to attend our faculty training workshop, co-located with SIGCSE 2019. Travel scholarships are awarded to selected participants.

Faculty workshop attendees are eligible to receive cohort scholarship awards that support up to 5 students to attend a diversity-focused conference.

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What do you identify as important needs in your computing department related to diversity, equity, and inclusion?
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What experience do you have in contributing to efforts to broaden participation in computing?
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What do you hope to learn and take back from participating in the faculty training workshop for the STARS BPC Cohort Conference Attendance Program?
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