The Culturally Relevant Computing (CRC) Lab was founded by Dr. Kinnis Gosha upon arriving at Morehouse College in 2011. The lab is known nationally for producing the most black computing graduates who go on to attend doctoral programs in computing. Students in the lab are comprised of mostly Morehouse College computer science majors. Other members of the lab include computer science students from Spelman College and students from the Mathematics, Psychology and English departments at both Morehouse and Spelman Colleges. As of January 2016, 14 peer-reviewed publications have been published with Culturally Relevant Computing Lab students at co-authors. For more information about the Culturally Relevant Computing Lab visit the lab website at

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Culturally Relevant Computing Lab members at the NSF Funded 2013 STARS Leadership Conference in Atlanta Georgia.