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CS and CS/Math majors
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considerable variability overall
low representation among women
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A few figures from the CS self-study…
Of our 287 CS majors
114 thought they'd major elsewhere
82 students switched from CS
Of our 40 women CS majors
24 thought they'd major elsewhere
14 women switched from CS
perhaps a poorer gain/loss ratio than CS needs…
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A few figures from the CS self-study…
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A few comments from the CS self-study…
My best memory was of women's theocomp senior year.
I never felt really important to the CS department. I feel
like I've been fighting the folks who have been attached
to their computers since birth.
CS could do more in the way of supporting social events to
encourage strong personal relationships among students
and build a strong community relationship (to help the
school and surrounding communities).
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