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Issue No.03 - March (2013 vol.46)
pp: 38-41
Mary Fernandez , AT&T Labs., TX, USA
ABSTRACT
Attracting students to computing and guiding them on the path from elementary education to a computing career requires the commitment of all computing professionals. This is one of five articles providing industry perspectives on gender diversity in computing.
INDEX TERMS
gender issues, computer science education, gender diversity, next generation computing professional mentoring, computing students, elementary education, computing career, industry perspectives, Computer science education, Gender issues, Equal opportunities, Career development, Professional aspects, Engineering profession, computing milieu, Computers, MentorNet, STEM, computer science education, diversity, gender in computing, mentoring
CITATION
Mary Fernandez, "A Path Between: Mentoring the Next Generation of Computing Professionals", Computer, vol.46, no. 3, pp. 38-41, March 2013, doi:10.1109/MC.2012.396
REFERENCES
1. ACM, K-12 Computer Science Education: Unlocking the Future of Students, slide presentation, Aug. 2012; www.acm.org/public-policy2012_CS_Slides_Aug.pptx .
2. L.L. Bakken et al., “Effects of an Educational Intervention on Female Biomedical Scientists' Research Self-Efficacy,” Advances in Health Science Education, vol. 15, no. 2, 2010, pp. 167-183.
3. MentorNet, The MentorNet Intervention: A Scalable E-mentoring Program to Support Degree Completion and Provide a Pathway from College to Career, 30 Apr. 2012; http://tinyurl.com9p2fb52.
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