Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Alliance for Identity-Inclusive Computing Education (AiiCE)

The Alliance for Identity-Inclusive Computing Education (AiiCE) aims to increase the entry, retention, and course/degree completion rates of high-school and undergraduate students from groups that are historically underrepresented in computing through evidence-based, identity-inclusive interventions. AiiCE is founded upon evidence that student-focused (and often deficit-based) strategies do not adequately address institutional cultures, policies, and practices that have marginalized people from non-dominant identities.
The AiiCE-Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (AiiCE-PRF) aims to increase the number of postdoctoral researchers (postdocs) from groups that are historically underrepresented (i.e., Black, Indigenous, Latinx, women, LGBTQ+, disabled, first-generation college graduates, and their intersections) and the number of postdocs performing identity-inclusive computing education research. 

The Alliance seeks three (3) candidates from various disciplines to perform research at the intersection of identity and computing at the postsecondary level. Successful candidates will work with scholars from Duke University, the University of Oregon, Bard College, the Kapor Center, Georgia Tech, ABET/CSAB, Reboot Representation, Northeastern University’s Center for Inclusive Computing, and more. 

Application reviews will begin January 1, 2023, and they will continue until all positions are filled. Learn more.