|CHI 2020 Journals: Gendered by design: A duoethnographic study of personal fitness tracking systems. Invited to present paper published in ACM Transactions on Social Computing at ACM CHI 2020 -Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 25-30, 2020, Oahu, Hawaiʻi.
Performing the Feminist Data Manifest-No. Research outreach event. February 5, 2020, Data & Society, New York, NY.
Learning and teaching with archival sources. Archives Month, Oct 24, 2019, Penn State University.
Microsoft Research Faculty Summit: The future of work. Microsoft Conference Center, Jul 17-18, 2019, Redmond, WA.
Re-Imagining computational thinking programs using identity-rich activities. Educational Psychology and Educational Technology Colloquium, Oct 14, 2019, Michigan State University.
Keynote: Actualizing the pedagogical promise of teaching and learning with primary sources. Teaching Undergraduates with Archives Symposium, Nov 7-9, 2019, University of Michigan.
Expressive electronics: Broadening STEM participation through intersectional identity exploration. Colloquium, School of Information and Computer Science, 2018, UC-Irvine.
Keynote: Intersectional approaches for designing computing programs. Rackham Critical Intersectionality Conference, 2017, University of Michigan.
Creating culturally responsive pipeline programs. Towards Inclusive Tech Symposium, 2017, School of Information, UC-Berkeley.
Experiencing data: Duoethnography as a feminist methodology for studying wearables. Forum on Big Data in Information and Education Studies, 2017, School of Information, UCLA.
Promoting computational thinking among girls in tech programs through participatory design. Colloquium, 2016, School of Information, University of Texas at Austin.
Culturally responsive approaches for engaging girls of color in computer science. The White House Conference on Inclusive STEM Education for Youth of Color, October 28, 2016, hosted by the White House Council on Women and Girls, My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, Office of Science and Technology Policy, U.S. Department of Energy, and the National Math and Science Initiative.
Developing a culturally responsive framework for promoting computing among adolescent girls. The White House “Champions of Change” event for extracurricular enrichment, afterschool, and summer programming for marginalized girls, September 30, 2016, hosted by the White House Council on Women and Girls.