Joanne McGrath Cohoon

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  Training High School CS Teachers to Attract More & Diverse Students

  ExSciTecH: An Interactive, Easy-to-Use Volunteer Computing System to Explore Science, Technology, and Health

  WWW.2, a Wide Web of Women

  Mobilizing Implementation of Effective Practices to Increase Participation of Women in Computing

  Outreach and Pedagogy to Increase Undergraduate Diversity at Engineering Schools

  Ethics Training for Engineers in Emerging Technologies and Fieldwork in Developing Communities

  Senior Research Scientist for National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT)

  Graduate Cohort for Women in CS & CE Study

  ITWF: Factors Concerning Recruitment and Retention of Women Graduate Students in Computer Science and Engineering

  GAPUSE: Gendered Attrition from Physics in the United States and Europe

  Departmental Factors in Gendered Attrition from Undergraduate IT Majors

  Gendered Attrition from Undergraduate Computer Science Departments

See CV for project descriptions...

Joanne McGrath Cohoon


Associate Professor
Science, Technology, & Society Dept
School of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4265

(434) 243-2143

Senior Research Scientist
National Center for Women & IT


Technology and Gender; Gender and Education; Higher Education; Organizations; Gender and Entrepreneurship


  STS 1500 Science, Technology, and Contemporary Issues

  STS 2500 - Gender, Technology, and Education

  STS 4010 Western Technology and Culture

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