Jane G. Stout
Jane G. Stout
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Average citations per article1.50
Citation Count9
Publication count6
Publication years2014-2017
Available for download5
Average downloads per article196.20
Downloads (cumulative)981
Downloads (12 Months)404
Downloads (6 Weeks)49
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May 2018 GE '18: Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Gender Equality in Software Engineering
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The Committee on the Status of Women in Computing is an action-oriented committee of the Computing Research Association with the goal of taking positive action to increase the number and success of women in the Computer Science and Engineering research pipeline. This paper describes CRA-Ws major programs and highlights some ...
Keywords: CRA-W programs, CS Ph.D. research pipeline

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February 2018 SIGCSE '18: Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
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Underrepresented students in computing (women and non-White/non-Asian men) are known to feel a weaker sense of belonging than majority students (Asian/White men). This difference is important because a low sense of belonging can lead to disengagement and attrition in education settings. In the current study, we assessed whether and how ...
Keywords: mentorship, sense of belonging, undergraduate research, underrepresented students

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February 2018 SIGCSE '18: Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
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We have developed the Douglass-SAS-DIMACS Computer Science Living-Learning Community (LLC) for first-year women at Rutgers, now in its second year. Each year, around 20 first-year women undergraduates at Rutgers who intend to major in computer science are selected for the LLC. LLC participants live in a common dorm and are ...
Keywords: living-learning communities, retention, women in computing

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March 2017 SIGCSE '17: Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
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Computing self-efficacy and sense of belonging are known predictors of motivation and persistence. As such, these psychological states are important to study in order to broaden participation in computing. This study examined the relationship between (a) introductory computing course experiences and (b) self-efficacy and sense of belonging in computing, focusing ...
Keywords: first-generation students, gender, introductory computing courses, self-efficacy, sense of belonging, undergraduate students

5 published by ACM
May 2016 ACM Inroads: Volume 7 Issue 2, June 2016
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February 2016 SIGCSE '16: Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education
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The main goal of this panel is to share survey data being collected on booming enrollments in computer science. Survey data are being collected from two source types: institutions and students. The institution data are being collected through both the CRA Taulbee Survey, which represents computer science departments in North ...
Keywords: computer science education, computer science majors, enrollments, gender diversity

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February 2016 SIGCSE '16: Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education
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Cultural stereotypes about women's "fit" and ability in technical fields, like computing, are alive and well. These cultural beliefs can make their way into women's personal belief system. When this happens, women's self-conceptions in computing suffer, namely, self-efficacy, sense of belonging, and identification with computing. The current research examines whether ...
Keywords: collaborative learning, gender stereotypes, self-concept, women

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February 2016 SIGCSE '16: Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education
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College and university professors serve as role models and leaders. Unfortunately, in computing fields, only a small fraction of the professorate is women and/or members of minority racial groups. To address this issue, the current research assessed the role of research experiences for undergraduate students (REUs) on underrepresented students' interest ...
Keywords: career, professor, undergraduate education, undergraduate research experiences, underrepresented students

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December 2014 ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society - Special Issue on Women in Computing: Volume 44 Issue 4, November 2014
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Our culture is currently paying a great deal of attention to issues of diversity in computing and technology. More specifically, society wonders why there are not more women involved in computing. Statistics on women's representation in all levels of the postsecondary academic pipeline, and in professions outside of the academy, ...
Keywords: action items, gender diversity, social science research



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