Morehouse Center for Broadning Participation in Computing
SWE Major lands job at Verily
Morehouse Software Engineering Major, Ea-Rhon Rogers, has started a full-time job as a Cloud Platform Engineer at Verily. Verily Life Sciences LLC, also known as Verily, is Alphabet Inc.'s research organization devoted to the study of life sciences. Congrats Ea-Rhon!
New Courses AVAILABLE for Atlanta Area Students!
Any undergraduate student currently enrolled at any of the following institutions is eligible to cross-register in any of our featured online and hybrid Spring 2024 courses through the ARCHE.
Qualifying institutions include Agnes Scott College, Brenau University, Clark Atlanta University, Clayton State University, Emory University, Georgia Gwinnett College, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Kennesaw State University, Mercer University, Morehouse College, Oglethorpe University, Spelman College, University of Georgia, and the University of West Georgia. Click here to see which classes will be available for the Spring 2024 semester.
GOsha Selected to NSF CISE AC
CBPC Executive Director, Dr. Kinnis Gosha, has formally accepted an invitation from the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate at the National Science Foundation (NSF) to join the CISE Advisory Committee. As a member of the committee, Dr. Gosha will join other renowned computer science leaders in advising the nation in strategic planning and the policy formulation process. Currently, the annual budget award for the CISE Directorate exceeds 1.15 billion dollars.
BICE approved by IEEE CS
The IEEE Computer Society was formally announced as the technical co-sponsor for the 2024 Black Issues in Computing Education (BICE) Symposium. BICE 2024 is hosted by the CBPC and the IEEE Special Technical Community on Broadening Participation. The symposium will be held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on February 1-3, 2024. Click here to visit the symposium website.
CBPC Partners with Georgia Tech in Advanced MANUFACTURING
The Morehouse Center for Broadening Participation in Computing has received funding from Microsoft in collaboration with the Georgia Tech Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility on a new course to be taught in the Spring 2024 semester. The course will fuse art, artificial intelligence, and advanced manufacturing. Students in the ARCHE course-sharing consortium are available to take the course. Click here to learn more about the course offering.
CBPC at TAPIA Celebration
Several Morehouse Computer Science and Software Engineering majors traveled to Dallas Texas for the CMD-IT/ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference. Thanks to Microsoft and the STARS Alliance for travel support.
Sage Collaborates with CBPC
CS Department faculty learn to engage HBCUS at CBPC
The CBPC serves as the co-host for the 2023 Computing Research Association's Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Plans Workshop. Over 80 computing faculty from across the country came to Atlanta to learn how to strengthen their department's BPC plan and engage with Minority Serving Institutions. Several attendees even stayed after the workshop to tour the campus of Morehouse College. Thanks to NSF CISE for funding this initiative.
JOrdan WIns Dissertation Award
CBPC Associate Director, Dr. Renee Jordan, was recognized by Georgia State University for winning the 2023 Outstanding Dissertation in Learning Technologies Award.
CBPC Trains DeKalb Youth in Tech
CBPC partners with the DeKalb County Human Services Department to host the RISE UP Summer Male Mentorship Program.
GOsha elected to CRA Board
CHerry Earns Meta Certification
Morehouse Software Engineering Professor David Cherry has gained his certification in Meta Database Engineering from Meta.
Morehouse College Launches the Center for Broadening PARTICIPATION in Computing
Click the video to see the investiture of the center.