Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows Program - Cohort 1

Collaborators: La'Shawnda Kendall, Laura Webb, Quincy Garbutt, John Herr, Richard Biever

December 2020 to June 2021

Logo for 3C: Cultural Competence in Computing.

‘The Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows Program is a cohort-based professional development program that helps computing faculty, staff, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and professionals: 1) learn more about social science topics (such as identity, intersectionality, racism, bias, and discrimination) and how these topics impact computing environments (as well as the developed technologies); and 2) develop computing deliverables at their home institutions that leverage these topics to foster more inclusive and equitable cultures. I participated in the first cohort of the 3C Fellows program as a member of a team sponsored by Duke’’s DiversifyIT group.’


  • completed all required and many optional readings and assignments
  • attended all live sessions
  • collaborated with other DiversifyIT members on deliverables

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Presentations at Conferences, Professional Gatherings

  • Zoss, Angela M. (January 26, 2021). Overview of Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows Program. Lightning talk at Duke University Libraries series – DivEing-In to the Racial Justice Roadmap, Durham, NC.