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Mission Statement

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Broadening Participation will engage under-represented minority researchers from domains and institutions that are not traditional users of advanced computing. Our target audience ranges from potential users with no computational experience to computationally savvy researchers, educators, Campus Champions, and administrators that will promote change at their institutions for increased use of advanced digital services for research and teaching.


Goals, Metrics, KPIs

Metrics

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Team Members

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Communication & Meetings

 

New Staff Orientation

 

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Number of new underrepresented individuals (women and racial/ethnic minorities) users> 250/qtrDeepen/Extend – Extending use to new communities (§3.1.2)

Number of sustained underrepresented individuals (women and racial/ethnic minorities) users

> 1,750/yrDeepen/Extend – Extending use to new communities (§3.1.2)

Number of underrepresented students benefiting from XSEDE resources and services through training, XSEDE projects, or conference attendance

> 650/qtrDeepen/Extend — Prepare the current and next generation (§3.1.3)
Number of students benefiting from XSEDE resources and services through training, XSEDE projects, or conference attendance> 2,000/qtrDeepen/Extend — Prepare the current and next generation (§3.1.3)

KPIs

KPITarget
# of new underrepresented individuals (women and racial/ethnic minorities) users> 250/qtr
# of sustained underrepresented individuals (women and racial/ethnic minorities) users> 1,750/yr


Team Members

NameInstitutionPositionEmail
Linda AkliSURAL3 Mangerakli@sura.org
Rosalia GomezTACCStudent Programs Leadrosie@tacc.utexas.edu
Sue FratkinTACCACSC Public Policy Fellowsfratkin8@gmail.com
John HollySURAExhibiting, Training & Workshop Event Coordinatorjholly@sura.org
Dawn HunterTACCACSC Leaddhunter@tacc.utexas.edu 

Je'aime Powell

TACCHackathon Leadjpowell@tacc.utexas.edu
Jaye NiasSURAACSC Data Science Fellowjnias@spelman.edu


Communication & Meetings

Bi-weekly CEE-BP calls are Tuesdays @11:am eastern. Effective 2020, Broadening Participation and Workforce Development is a combined bi-weekly call.

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/99070731207?pwd=TG5oZG9YeTNDUWd1YkxVYkhPOWFzdz09, Meeting ID: 990 7073 1207, Password: 139324

Broadening Participation - Workforce Development Call Notes

New Staff Orientation

  1. XSEDE New Staff Guide
  2. Increasing Diversity in Hiring
  3. Professional Development
    1. Attend XSEDE New User and Successful Allocations Proposal webinars at a minimum annually.
    2. Attend other XSEDE training webinars as needed.
    3. Participate in webinars on Inclusion in STEM offered by NSF Includes Coordination Hub, National Academy of Sciences, and others
  4. Event Planning Process
    1. Guide to Organizing Inclusive Scientific Meetings https://500womenscientists.org/inclusive-scientific-meetings
    2. ACM Guide to Organizing Virtual Conferences https://www.acm.org/virtual-conferences, https://people.clarkson.edu/~jmatthew/acm/VirtualConferences_GuideToBestPractices_CURRENT.pdf
  5. Under-Represented Minority, Institution Classifications, and Data Sets
    1. The Carnegie ClassificationTM has been the leading framework for recognizing and describing institutional diversity in U.S. higher education for the past four and a half decades. http://carnegieclassifications.iu.edu/downloads.php
    2. Individual look up of institutions - https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/InstitutionByName.aspx?goToReportId=6.
    3. What is an HBCU? https://sites.ed.gov/whhbcu/one-hundred-and-five-historically-black-colleges-and-universities/
    4. Definition of Hispanic-Serving Institutions https://www2.ed.gov/programs/idueshsi/definition.html
    5. Tribal Colleges and Universities Profiles http://www.aihec.org/who-we-serve/TCUroster-profiles.htm
    6. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering 2017 Report https://nsf.gov/statistics/2017/nsf17310/digest/introduction/
    7. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Persistence, Retention, and Attainment of 2011–12 First-Time Beginning Postsecondary Students as of Spring 2017 https://nces.ed.gov/pubs2019/2019401.pdf

  6. Research Reports
    1. Alumni of Tribal Colleges Better Their Communities, Gallup Poll and American Indian Fund, 2019, Alumni of Tribal Colleges and Universities Better Their Communities.pdf
    2. White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities 2019 Federal Agencies Priorities Briefing, https://sites.ed.gov/whhbcu/files/2019/07/Federal-Agency-Priorities-Brief-2019.pdf
    3. Increasing Women and Underrepresented Minorities in Computing: The Landscape and What You Can Do, IEEE Computer, 2019, mco2018100024.pdf
    4. What Would it Take to overcome the damaging effects of structural racism and ensure a more equitable future, Urban Institute, 2019.05.12_Next50 structural racism_finalized (1).pdf
    5. 2019 Fact Sheet, Hispanic Higher Education and HSIs, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, 2018_HSI_FactSheet.pdf
    6. Playbook on Best Practices: Gender Equality in Tech, 2018_HSI_FactSheet.pdf
    7. Evidence-based Strategies for Improving Equity and Inclusion of Individuals in Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Groups https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track/?pageNum=1&uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3Ad07c699f-0ee3-4365-8461-732dbc8a4b89#pageNum=1

Schedule

WhenWhatWhereWho
10/6 and 10/13/2021Introduction to Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum: Agent-based ModelingVirtualPanoff, Weeden
10/28 - 10/30/2021SACNAS National Conference

Kansas City, MO

TBD
11/14 - 11/19/2021SC21 - Computing4Change, HPC in the City Hackathonhybrid, St. Louis, MOAkli, Fratkin, Gomez, Hunter, Powell
12/18/2021Advanced Computing for Social Change Community Development OrientationVirtualAki, Cahill, Holly, Nias
1/15/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change Community Development Workshop #1VirtualAkli, Cahill, Holly, Nias
2/26/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change Community Development Workshop #2VirtualAkli, Cahill, Holly, Nias
3/26/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change Community Development Workshop #3VirtualAkli, Cahill, Holly, Nias
3/21 - 3/25/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change - PacificVirtualAkli, Fratkin, Gomez, Holly, Hunter et al
3/24/ - 3/27/2022Association of Computer and Information Science/Engineering Departments at Minority Institutions (ADMI) Symposium 2022- High Performance Computing and GatewaysVirtualHolly, Powell
3/31 - 4/4/2022ADMI HackathonVirtualHolly, Powell
4/11/2022University of California Santa Barbara Black Studies Data Science with XSEDE seminarVirtualAkli
4/12/2022U of Cincinnati Data Day Power Session: ACSC Curriculum WorkshopVirtualCahill
4/23/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change Community Development Workshop #4VirtualAkli, Cahill, Holly, Nias
5/17/2022R for Data AnalysisVirtualCahill, Ouma,
5/16 - 5/20/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change - EastWashington, DCAkli, Fratkin, Gomez, Holly, Hunter et al
5/26 - 5/27/2022Conference on Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT)VirtualAkli, Cahill, Nias
5/21/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change Community Development Workshop #5VirtualAkli, Cahill, Holly, Nias
6/3/2022Advanced Computing for Social Change Faculty WorkshopVirutalAkli, Cahill
6/13 - 21/2022Computational Chemistry for EducatorsVirtualCahill
7/10 - 7/14/2022PEARC22 - HackathonBostonHolly, Powell

Campus Visits PY11 - To be determined. Virtual until pandemic conditions and travel restrictions change.

Campus Visits PY10 - None due to COVID related travel restrictions.

Campus Visits Prior to PY10/PY11

Conference Participation Prior to PY10/PY11