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2/23/2011

Publications


  • Graduate Student Information Guide (pdf)
    This booklet is filled with questions, advice, and details to help plan an approach to graduate school. Regardless of gender, this publication is an excellent guide to anyone considering advanced study. The earlier in one's academic career that this publication is read, the better, as it provides advice and groundwork information that can be useful at the beginning of undergraduate studies.
  • Career Mentoring Workshops Booklet (pdf)
    The wisdom and experiences from nearly a decade of workshops on topics such as "Getting a Job," "Building a Research Career," "Obtaining Federal Funding," "Time Management," "Networking and Professional Social Interaction," "Perspectives from the Smaller Schools," and "Tenure" have been compiled into a publication featuring information to help women advance in their careers.
  • Mentoring and Supermentoring Transcripts
    Pulling together the wisdom and experiences from nearly a decade of workshops, CRA-W offers a summary publication, featuring timely and timeless information to help women advance in their careers. The publication was authored by several of the women who have conducted the workshops over the years and provides goal-oriented advice for anyone seeking to climb the ladder in their organization.
  • CRA-W Brochure (pdf)
    This brochure describes CRA-W's wide range of programs and publications designed to bring women into the world of CSE through four areas of activity: community building, research mentoring, information sharing, and effecting organizational change.
  • CRA-W Poster (pdf)
    A pin up ready poster that briefly describes all of CRA-W's projects. Complements the CRA-W Brochure.
  • Women in Computer Science
    This brochure, written for high school and early undergraduate students, profiles the life stories of successful women in CSE. Biographies include family and/or outside activities of the women as well as employment responsibilities and interests. View this brochure on the Web at http://legacy.sdsc.edu/CRAW/careers.
  • CRA-W Bookmark
    Pass these out to colleagues and graduate students who might benefit from learning more about CRA-W and its programs. This small item is the perfect place holder for technical and professional literature.