Monday, February 27th - Breakfast
In this session, Dr. Singh invites attendees to identify the barriers to their own liberation within engineering and computing diversity and to develop a plan to integrate liberation practices into their everyday lives that honors and uplifts their experiences of intersecting identities and interlocking privileges and oppressions. Attendees will then be invited to use this deep self-reflection on their own journeys towards liberation and freedom to engage in social change within their personal and professional communities.
Monday, February 27th - Lunch
Tuesday, February 28th - Breakfast
As a member of the executive leadership team at the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dr. James L. Moore III is the Assistant Director for the Directorate for STEM Education (EDU). With an annual budget of over $1 Billion and personnel oversight for nearly 200 employees, he serves as the senior leader for EDU, which supports science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) projects focusing on K-12 education, undergraduate and graduate education, workforce and human resource development, and learning in formal and informal settings.