CFP Submissions and Scholarship Applications Due Monday, April 13th
The Call for Participation for the  2020 ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference is due Monday, April 13th 11:59 pm PST!

Be sure to submit  workshops, panels, and   birds of a feather (BOF) sessions  in any of the following tracks:
covering technical topics in computing such as quantum computing, blockchain, the era of post-Moore Law, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, Internet of Things, robotics, security, privacy, virtual/augmented reality, human-centric computing, smart mobility, social computing, and other related topics.
Professional Development for Academia: covering topics particular to undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, or administrators, such as networking, leadership, applying for graduate school/fellowships, academic careers, effective teaching of computing, and other related topics.
Professional Development for Industry/Government Agencies: covering topics particular to professionals in industry or government agencies such as entrepreneurship, effective communication, networking, bringing your full self to the workplace, career paths, mentoring networks, and other related topics.

Broadening Participation:    covering  topics 
particular  to increasing participation by    diverse groups  in computing, topics such as such as culturally relevant computing, gender-inclusive design, accessibility, unconscious bias, imposter syndrome, recruitment and retention, outreach and other related topics.

Student Posters/ACM Student Research Competition (SRC)
:  Undergraduate and graduate s tudents are encouraged to present their latest research results and methodologies.  Posters are appropriate for work in progress, preliminary results, and late-breaking research results. 
Doctoral Consortium:  The Doctoral Consortium provides an opportunity for Ph.D. students to discuss and explore their research interests and career objectives with a panel of established researchers in computing. Ph.D. students who have decided on their thesis research topics and have produced (either preliminary or substantial) thesis research results are eligible to submit.
All program submissions for the Tapia 2020 Conference are due by Monday, April 13, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST

Scholarship Applications and Faculty Recommendations  are due by April 13th.