Hispanics in Computing Community
Thursday, September 21, 2017 — 4:00PM - 5:00PM
The Hispanics in Computing community was founded a few months before the Tapia 2009 Conference. Since then, the group has been meeting at this annual conference. The group has grown in numbers and online presence (Facebook, LinkedIn, and http://www.hispanicsincomputing.com/). The impact of this gathering in our community has been tremendous. Several members of the community that attended our BoF as young graduate students are now in tenure track positions or employed in research organizations. This BOF will allow many of us to meet face to face and to welcome new members to our group. The goal for this year’s gathering is to explore how to do virtual mentoring to help increase ties within the community. Bringing us together allows us to continue nurturing and sponsoring younger Hispanics to succeed in computing.
Manuel A. Pérez Quiñones, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Jose Andre Morales, Carnegie Mellon University
Daniel Garcia, UC Berkeley EECS
Patricia Ordoñez Rozzo, Universidad de Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras