Here is a video highlighting Atlanta-area workshops conducted by my research lab using Sphero Robotics.
Here is an animated video describing the work we do in my research lab developing virtual mentors for Black computer science majors. The work is funded by the National Science Foundation (Award #1831964).
Here is a prototype of a virtual mentoring chatbot we developed using Google DialogueFlow and Twitter.
Here is a video created by my lab to show off our virtual mentoring project which was funded by the National Science Foundation under award #1831964.
Here is a summary video for a Department of Defense subcontract we have with Georgia Tech Research Institute (2018-2021).
Here is a prototype I developed for a grant proposal in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin in 2016.
The following demo is a prototype developed under the NSF award #1744500, “INCLUDES DDLP: Increasing Minority Presence within Academia through Continuous Training (IMPACT)”.
In October of 2020, a new book was released by Kendall Hunt Publishing Company entitled, “Navigating the Peer Mentoring Relationship: A Handbook for Women and Other Underrepresented Populations in STEM”. Congratulations to Dr. Kinnis Gosha for co-authoring chapter 8 entitled “Using Virtual Platforms to Facilitate Peer Mentoring Relationships”.
The CRCL was awarded $749,949 by the National Science Foundation for the grant titled, “The STARS Aligned: How the STARS Computing Corps Broadens Participation in Computing”. The primary research aim of this grant (NSF #2022660) is to investigate research questions around the impact of the STARS Computing Corps Alliance on its past and current efforts to broaden participation in computing. CoPI Gosha’s role in the grant is crucial in ensuring inclusion of HBCUs into the STARS ecosystem.
CRCL Director, Dr. Kinnis Gosha, has worked to establish a partnership with Dell Technologies, Morehouse College and Georgia State University to c0-offer a Sales Engineering course in the Fall semester of 2020. The course will be offered in the Software Engineering program at Morehouse along with the Information Systems program at GSU. Students in the class also come from Spelman College and Clark Atlanta University. Dell Technologies partnered with Morehouse last Fall to offer the course. Dell executives and pre sales engineers will assist in the instruction of the course.