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Dr. Christopher Lynnly Hovey is a Research Scientist for the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) at the University of Colorado Boulder. Chris conducts research, develops resources, and consults with undergraduate and graduate computing programs to help them identify and address systemic barriers for broadening participation. Chris’s research also investigates mechanisms for effectively increasing faculty adoption of pedagogical and curricular innovations in computer science higher education. Additionally, Chris serves as the evaluator and project support for BridgeUP STEM at Georgia Tech, a program intended to promote career pathways into computing for high school- and college-aged women and non-binary students.
- How Do I Get People to Use My Ideas? Lessons from Successful Innovators in CS Education
- Advice for Building Recruiting Pipelines from High School to College: BridgeUP STEM Program
- Engaging with Identity, Inclusion, & Intersectionality: Videos that Spark Conversations
- How do Computing Students Perceive Social Presence in Synchronous Remote v. In-Person Courses
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