Mon. April 15, 2019 11:20 AM to 12:00 PM
Salon E&D, Marriott Crystal Gateway
This session covers a variety of efforts related to broadening participation in computing and technology fields. This session addresses multiple areas, including the use of eye-tracking software to understand implicit bias and the use of immersive virtual reality to cultivate inclusive cultures. Topics also include increasing career and technical education programs and efforts aimed at increasing computing for Hispanic-serving institutions and outreach programs.
Miss Jami P Joyner and Veness Mitchell
Can Eye Tracking Detect Implicit Bias Among People Navigating Engineering Environments?
Mr. Kylel Devine Scott (Arizona State University, Polytechnic), Ms. Kamille Green (Arizona State University, Polytechnic), and Dr. Brooke Charae Coley (Arizona State University, Polytechnic)