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At the Intersection: Diversity And Inclusion Student Advocates: Insight from Students

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Written By: Ajula Van Ness-Otunnu, MET H.S. InternAt the Intersection is a three-part series of articles focused on how the intersection between social change and computer science through Brown’s curriculum, community engagement and career tracks, and student advocacy gives students the opportunities to understand and practice humanitarian work in their …

At the Intersection: Community Engagement & Careers in CS Social Impact

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Written By: Ajula Van Ness-Otunnu, MET H.S. InternAt the Intersection is a three-part series of articles focused on how the intersection between social change and computer science through Brown’s curriculum, community engagement and career tracks, and student advocacy gives students the opportunities to understand and practice humanitarian work in their …

At the Intersection: Curriculum: Thinking About Society

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Written By: Ajula Van Ness-Otunnu, MET H.S. Intern At the Intersection is a three-part series of articles focused on how the intersection between social change and computer science through Brown’s curriculum, community engagement and career tracks, and student advocacy gives students the opportunities to understand and practice humanitarian work in their CS …

igniteCS @ Brown

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by Natalie Reed and Eric RosenAs President Obama has said, “Computers are going to be a big part of our future…and that future is yours to shape.” Technology is one of the fastest-growing fields today, solving problems in every industry while impacting our everyday lives. Despite this, computer science is …

Artemis Project Alum Nirva LaFortune Advocates For Her Community On The Providence City Council

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Click the links that follow for more content about The Artemis Project or diversity and inclusion at Brown CS.More than two decades ago, students in Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) founded The Artemis Project, a free, five-week summer program for rising ninth-grade girls. Their goal was to enhance the …