The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world's largest gathering of women technologists. Karen will be co-leading a workshop on Retaining High Tech Women and sharing the latest research from the Women in Tech project.Find out more
Mark your calendars Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill -- Karen will be speaking in your area at a Triangle UXPA / Ladies that UX event! Karen will provide an overview of the research from the Women in Tech project, and then engage the group in a discussion. Bring your questions to ask Karen about her work and experience and share…Find out more
Once again Karen will be busy during this year's CHI Conference! She's excited to be an invited speaker for CHI Stories and the diversity and inclusion lunch plus co-leading two SIGs that represent her old and one new passion: Representing User Data and Games for Good to Address Diversity.Find out more
Karen is pleased to be one of the speakers at CHI's 2nd Diversity & Inclusion Lunch. If you are attending CHI, be sure to register for this event. Below is a description of lunch. You can learn more on the conference website. Issues discussed during the lunch include but are not limited to race, ethnicity…Find out more
Karen is co-leading two SIGs at CHI. In this one, Karen and co-presenter Bill Kunes be sharing the work of their students at the University of Maryland. Below is the description. You can learn more on the conference website. A constant flow of reporting documents the lack of women and other underrepresented groups in high…Find out more
As a long-time leader in the CHI community, Karen is proud to be invited to speak at this new CHI venue: CHI Stories.
CHI Stories is designed to make visible the deeper lives of people in our field through their personal stories of inspiration, challenge, breakthrough, setback, perseverance, twists and turns.
Karen is co-leading two SIGs at CHI. In this one, Karen and co-presenter Carol Farnsworth of Facebook will be leading a discussion about the best way to communicate user research to stakeholders. Below is a description. You can learn more on the conference website. The need for user research is accepted by most high-tech companies.…Find out more