Workforce Development Webinar Series Archive
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Strategies for Inclusive Mentorship in Computing
Abstract Mentorship is a dynamic, career-long phenomenon spanning many different relationships that support our personal and professional development. A wealth of scholarship on mentorship practices has emerged across
Work/Life Balance? Lessons from SC22 Early Career Program Panelists
This session features lessons from the SC22 Early Career Program on work/life balance, strategies for working remotely, and on how those early in their careers can apply lessons learned from pandemic-driven change and resiliency.
Black Lives Count: Toward Accountability in Efforts to Diversify Computing
Abstract In April, the United States presidential administration announced a whole-of-government effort focused largely on gathering and increasing access to disaggregated data on the experiences of historically underserved
Focus on Ally Skills
This talk explains why focusing on teaching ally skills to people with power and influence is more effective than changing the behavior of marginalized people. It then describes a dozen specific ally skills such as listening, amplifying marginalized voices, and speaking up when it is uncomfortable. It ends with a 20 minute question and answer perio
Normalizing Inclusion by Embracing Difference
The webinar will discuss ways to achieve an ecosystem for diversity, equity, and inclusion in Computational Science and Engineering, and how this ecosystem can contribute to an increase in innovation and developer productivity. The webinar will include opportunities for attendees to interact and explore the concepts discussed.
How to be a Great Mentor
Mentoring is vital to developing and retaining a diverse, talented, and enabled workforce. The first session in our Workforce Development Webinar series will feature a panel of experienced mentors drawn