AiC Members - In the News (July 2018)
In this two-part series, AiC National Educator Award Recipient Jeff Solin shares his 16 journey as a CS teacher with an equity focus at Chicago’s Lane Tech High.
AiC Community Member Siobahn C. Day was recognized in US Black Engineer magazine for being the first woman to earn a PhD in computer science at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Her dissertation focused on author attribution, privacy, security, and social computing, and contributes to a larger project of combating the proliferation of “fake news.”
In this article, the spotlight’s on AiC Community Member Sabrina Stone and her 2-week STEAM class for middle school girls, all about computer animation. Check out some of their amazing projects here!
AiC Community Member Khalia Braswell was featured in this profile when she left a UX engineering role at Apple to work more closely with INTech, the nonprofit she started to help young women of color explore computing in her hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina. INTech’s summer coding programs are already making an impact for middle school girls, and the organization won a People’s Choice award from Social Venture Partners.