Upcoming Mid Career Mentoring Workshops (Mid CMW):
- A Mid Career Mentoring Workshop (Education, Research and Lab tracks) will be held on June 13-14, 2015 in Portland, OR as part of FCRC 2015. (This workshop is the same as the formerly named CAPP workshops). Sign up here to be notified of additional information as it becomes available.
Background about Mid Career Mentoring Workshops
(former known as CAPP)
The goal of these workshops is to increase the percentage of Computer Science and Engineering women faculty members and researchers/technologists who reach the top of their respective career tracks: faculty members by being promoted to full professor and researchers/technologists in industrial or governmental labs by being promoted to the top of their institution's technical ladder or by entering upper management.
As with previous years, the cornerstone of the Mid CMW workshop will be the involvement of senior women, appointed as CRA-W Distinguished Professors or Researchers, who will actively participate in the program as role models, mentors, and advisers to the cohort. The project will build a community of associate professors and senior lab/industry researchers, providing them with mentoring, leadership training, encouragement, and ongoing peer-support activities.
For more information about the upcoming workshop choose the appropriate track in the links below
The 2012 Workshop was supported in part by an NSF BPC grant, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, IBM Almaden Research Lab, Microsoft Corporation and a private foundation. We would like to thank all of our sponsors for their generous contributions.
Information about past workshops is below.
2012 Workshop Agenda - San Francisco, CA, November 16 - 17, 2012
2010 Workshop Agenda - Providence, Rhode Island, June 25-26, 2010
2008 Workshop Agenda - Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 14-15, 2008
2006 Workshop Agenda - Sanibel Island, Florida, October 20-21, 2006
2005 Workshop Agenda - Washington DC, June 10-11, 2005
2004 Workshop Agenda - Denver Colorado, April 30 - May 1, 2004