Members of the CRCL has just had four papers accepted for publication for the 2018 ACM SIGMIS Computers and People Research 2018 Conference in Buffalo, New York. The four papers consist of the following: “Computing Careers Exploration For Urban African American Students using Embodied Conversational Agents”, “The Effects of Anxiety and Preparation on Performance in Technical Interviews for HBCU Computer Science Majors”, ” The Classification of Aggressive Dialogue in Social Media Platforms” and “Using SMS as an Interface for a Virtual Mentoring System”.
Bernard Dickens III, CRCL and Morehouse CS Alum, has recently recieved a Google Generation fellowship. Dickens is currently a fourth year doctoral student in the Computer Science Department at the University of Chicago. Click here to read the full article on the University of Chicago Website.
The Culturally Relevant Computing Lab welcomes Ms. Shondrieka Lamb as the new Assistant Director. Ms. Lamb has worked at Morehouse College for the past 6 years, and brings a wealth of experience that will be of great benefit to the growth of the lab. She is passionate about student growth, and has continued her education in Educational Psychology to be of better understand student development, and has stated that she is eager to assist students reach their career goals in Computer Science.