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The NCWIT Academic Alliance (AA) focuses on changing the local conditions that create barriers to attracting and graduating women in postsecondary computing by adopting and contributing research-based practices. The AA brings together more than 1,700 distinguished representatives from more than 500 colleges and universities nationwide.

See the full list of members 9 Formal Blahnik White Us Manolo qUtARqwxT and a dynamic map of where members are located here. To join us as a new academic alliance institution complete the free registration form here.

Academic Alliance member benefits include:

For more information concerning membership look at what our members are doing, view the AA bylaws and Membership Agreement, fill out this form, or contact the AA program director, Kim Kalahar, or one of the AA Co-Chairs:

The Academic Alliance also supports two other Projects within NCWIT: NCWIT Extension Services for Undergraduate Programs and NCWIT Pacesetters. NCWIT Extension Services (ES) provides customized consultation services to members of the NCWIT Academic Alliance (AA) for implementing systemic change in their undergraduate programs (UP) in ways that increase enrollment, retention, and graduation of women, while NCWIT Pacesetters is a fast-track program in which senior executives from startups, corporations, universities, and government commit to increasing their numbers of technical women. Please use the links above to learn more about how you can become involved with these great projects.

Download the AA Information Sheet

Member Tools and Resources

Use the NCWIT Activity and Change Tracker (ACT) to track your activities — a collaborative, online tool for NCWIT Alliance Members to share their broadening participation in computing efforts with all supporters and followers of NCWIT.

ACT Tracker

The NCWIT Tracking Tool is open to Academic Alliance members. This online evaluation tool helps academic departments evaluate efforts for recruiting and retaining students, by collecting and charting enrollment and outcome data (i.e., attrition, retention, completions) by major.

Tracking Tool

NCWIT Extension Services for Undergraduate Programs recommends a strategic, sustainable approach for attracting and retaining women that focuses on revising educational systems to create an inclusive experience for all students. With this model, you can create awareness and knowledge about systemic change, as women often switch out of computing majors because they feel alienated, not because of their ability or suitability for the career. And, you can identify program aspects that influence women’s participation and explore the different ways that you can make change.

View Strategic Approaches

Academic Alliance Leadership

Right to left: Current 2018-2019 AA Co-chairs: Maureen Doyle, outgoing Co-chair Robert Beck, Cheryl Calhoun, Leen-Kiat Soh, AA Program Director Kim Kalahar

 

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Alliance Leadership

Leen Kiat Soh

2018-2021 AA Co-Chair
University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Cheryl Calhoun

2017-2020 AA Co-chair
Santa Fe College

Maureen Doyle

2016-2019 AA Co-chair
Northern Kentucky University

Robert Beck

2015-2018 AA Co-chair
Villanova University

Maureen Biggers

2009-2012 & 2015-2017 AA Co-chair
Indiana University

Patricia Morreale

2013-2016 AA Co-chair
Kean University

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2014-2015 AA Co-chair
Rochester Institute of Technology

Charlie McDowell

2012-2015 AA Co-chair
University of California - Santa Cruz

Margaret Burnett

2011-2014 AA Co-chair
Oregon State University

Christine Alvarado

2011-2013 AA Co-chair
University of California - San Diego

Nancy Amato

2009-2011 AA Co-chair
Texas A&M University - College Station

Andrew B. Williams

2009-2011 AA Co-chair
University of Kansas

Carla Ellis

2008-2009 AA Co-chair
Duke University

J Strother Moore

2008-2009 AA Co-chair
University of Texas - Austin

Kim Kalahar

AA Program Director
University of Colorado Boulder
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