Accepted Papers

Accepted Papers

Preliminary (pre-print) versions of accepted papers can be downloaded here: RESPECT 2018 Papers. Proceedings are under submission to IEEE Xplore – we’ll let you know as soon as the official version is available.

Title Authors
Including Disability in Diversity Brianna Blaser, Richard Ladner and Sheryl Burgstahler
Panel: The Challenges of Tracking and Understanding Student Retention in the CS Major Chris Stephenson, Lecia Barker, Mehran Sahami, Elsa Villa and Stuart Zweben
Best Experience Report Award

“Where are you really from?”: Mitigating Unconscious Bias on Campus

Jonathan Reynolds, Carol Frieze, Diana Marculescu, Jeria McKnight and Gerry Katilius

Maryland Computing Education Growth From 2011-2016 Megean Garvin, Michael Neary, Kayla Carrigan and Marie desJardins
Embedding K12 Professional Development Through Co-Teaching Experiences- Sustaining Computational Thinking in Interdisciplinary Courses Sarah Hug, Suzanne Eyerman, Raena Cota and Enrico Pontelli
Experiencing Research Through OurCS: Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science Suzanne Menzel and Carol Frieze
Best Research Paper Award

Speaking truth to power: Exploring the Intersectional experiences of Black women in Computing

Jakita Thomas, Nicole Joseph, Arian Williams, Chan’Tel Crum and Jamika Burge

Promoting High School Teachers’ Self-efficacy and the Understanding of Equity Issues in CS Classrooms Ninger Zhou, Debra Richardson and Mark Warschauer
Panel: Revolutionizing the Culture of Computer Science Noah Salzman, Don Winiecki, Venkat Gudivada, Junhua Ding, Bojan Cukic, Ann Q. Gates, Sarah Hug and Celine Latulipe
Bridging the Diversity Gap in Computer Science with a Course on Open Source Software Judy Weng and Christian Murphy
Awareness and Readiness for Graduate School of African American Male Computer Science Students Earl W. Huff Jr. and Kinnis Gosha
Applying the Engagement, Capacity, and Continuity Trilogy for Computing Undergraduates at Johnson C. Smith University Felesia Stukes, Hang Chen and Terik Tidwell
Evaluating Computer Science Professional Development Models and Educator Outcomes to Ensure Equity Sloan Davis, Jason Ravitz and Juliane Blazevski
Culturally Relevant CS Pedagogy РTheory &  Practice Marlon Mejias, Ketly Jean-Pierre, Legand Burge and Gloria Washington
Not Just Black and Not Just a Woman: Black Women Belonging in Computing Amber Solomon, Dekita Moon, Armisha L. Roberts and Juan E. Gilbert
The Role of Relationships in Engaging Latino/a Youth in Computer Science Jill Denner and Steve Bean