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Category Archives: Diversity Recruiting

Uptick In Girls and Black Kids Studying Computer Science in High School

It has been true for years that certain demographics, including women have long been underrepresented in STEM fields. This is true specifically in the Computer Science field. A new study is suggesting a change could be coming  because of a boost in the … Read More…

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Texas Southern University Will Host Third Democratic Debate

The candidates vying for the Democratic nod in 2020 each know that issues regarding race and diversity will be 2020 talking points. In keeping with the emphasis on diversity, Texas Southern University, an HBCU located in Houston, will be hosting the third Democratic debate on September … Read More…

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Tennessee State University Opens New Coding Hub

According to a recent study, of some 26 million job listings online right now, more than half of the ones that come with higher incomes require at least some basic understanding of computer coding. While computer science continues to be an attractive job … Read More…

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