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Top Story – (December 7, 2017 – CGEST) CGEST, American Indian Policy Institute, Gila River Telecommunication, Inc. to Hold 2017 CompuGirls Bootcamp at Wild Horse Pass Learn more

(November 15, 2017 – CGEST) Dr. Kamau Bobb to Facilitate Nov. 27 Grant Writing Workshop from 12-2PM

(October 23, 2017 – CGEST) Dr. Kimberly A. Scott Facilitates Free Grant Writing Workshop on Oct. 27

(October 18, 2017 – CGEST) Upcoming STEM Equity Exchange with Dr. Evan Scannapieco - Associate Professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration on Nov. 7 Learn more

(October 9, 2017 – CGEST) Learning in Libraries for COMPUGIRLS Begins at Tempe Public Library Read more

(September 20, 2017 – CGEST) Tempe Public Library to Hold COMPUGIRLS Learning in Libraries Program October 9-13 Read more

(July 24, 2017 – CGEST) Dr. Nicol Turner-Lee, Fellow at the Brookings Institution and CGEST, to Facilitate Policy Writing Workshop August 17-18 Read more

(June 26, 2017 – CGEST) ASU CGEST Updates E-Newsletter Summer 2017 Read more

(May 8, 2017 – CGEST) ASU CGEST Quarterly E-Newsletter Spring 2017 Read more

(January 5, 2017 – ASU Now) ASU's CGEST advocacy manager, Sharon Torres, talks about implicit bias, providing role models, and changing the narrative of women of color in STEM Read more

(January 3, 2017 – UDC TV) Talking Arts & Sciences – Drs. Scott and Clark join Dr. April Massey, Dean of the University of the District of Columbia's College of Arts & Sciences, to discuss the Digital Lives of African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents: Innovating and Learning with Technology report Watch now

(December 9, 2016 – Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology) COMPUGIRLS work together to create a mobile application prototype that addresses an issue in their community during the COMPUGIRLS Boot Camp at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus Read more

(November 28, 2016 – CGEST & Smith College) ASU's CGEST and Smith College's Human Computation & Visualization Laboratory collaborate on Digital Narratives from the 2016 Inaugural Women of Color STEM Entrepreneurship Conference Watch now 

(November 20, 2016 – CGEST) During CGEST's Hackathon for Social Justice hosted by John Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory, participants work together to develop an implicit bias learning tool Read more

(March 14, 2016 – ASU Now) Inventive ASU faculty recognized for record-breaking year Read more

(February 5, 2016 – MarketWatch) How this university is working to get more women of color into technology jobs Read more

(January 20, 2016 – AZCentral) STEM champion looks to help girls of color Read more

(January 20, 2016 – The State Press) Girl Power in STEM: How ASU is breaking down gender and color barriers Read more

(January 20, 2016 – The Journal) New Center Seeks Out Best Practices for Getting Women of Color into STEM Read more

(January 20, 2016 – ASU) ASU's 2015 Year in Review Highlights the National STEM Collaborative Read more

(January 20, 2016 – CGEST) ASU Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology Launch Read more

(January 19, 2016 – KJZZ) ASU Center Works to Empower Women of Color in STEM Fields Listen now

(January 18, 2016 – CGEST) CGEST Welcomes Dr. Nicol Turner-Lee as a Visiting Scholar/Researcher Read more

(September 15, 2015 – ASU Now) White House announces ASU to lead National STEM Collaborative Read more

(May 14, 2015 – National Center for Women & Information Technology) How Can You Engage A Diverse Range of Girls in Technology? Read more

(January 14, 2015 – ASU Now) ASU professor to explore impact of technology on African American families Read more

(December 23, 2014 – School of Social Transformation) VIDEO Dr. Kimberly A. Scott discusses COMPUGIRLS Watch now

(December 12, 2014 – National Science Foundation) COMPUGIRLS: Young women have role to play in technology field Read more

(October 8, 2014 – Laserfiche) 3 Questions With Dr. Kimberly A. Scott On Girls In Computing Read more

(April 25, 2014 – Diverse Issues in Higher Education) Dr. Kimberly A. Scott among Top 30 Women in Higher Education Read More

(March 20, 2014 – Slate) Code and Treat: How schools discourage some girls from pursuing STEM Read more


Generación STEM - Ingeniería, Arquitectura y Robótica (Episode 2)

Digital Narratives

About the Digital Lives Project

Dr. Patricia Garcia Exit Interview

Professor Kimberly Scott

Dr. Kim Scott discusses CompuGirls

From Nowhere to Nobels: Incubating the Next Generation