Developing a Culturally Compelling Social Network Approach to HIV/AIDS Prevention for African American College Students
Practical Logic of STEM Career Choice: A Critical Interpretive Approach to Profiling IT Career Pathways of African American Males at HBCUs
- NSF Award# 1232344
- project website
- Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems (SIGMIS)
- International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 8.2 (IFIP 8.2)
- Association for Information Systems (AIS)
- The PhD Project
last updated: October 2012
"Scholars Seek to Determine Why So Few Black Men Pursue Careers in Information Technology", Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (October 28, 2012). http://www.jbhe.com/2012/10/scholars-seek-to-determine-why-so-few-black-men-pursue-careers-in-information-technology/
"Kvasny, Trauth examine why black males choose IT careers", Penn State Live (September 27, 2012). http://live.psu.edu/story/61583
"IST Faculty Profile: Lynette Kvasny, Penn State Live (December 19, 2011). http://live.psu.edu/story/56897
"Black Americans Use Blogs to Discuss HIV and AIDS, a Study Says", The Wired Campus (September 30, 2008).
"African-American Blogs Offer Key Health Communication Tools", Penn State Daily Newswire (September 30, 2008).
"Blacks Turn to Blogs", The Daily Collegian (September 8, 2008). http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/2008/09/08/paper_blacks_turn_to_
"Researchers Find 'Raw' Data in African-American Blog Community", Penn State Daily Newswire (September 2, 2008).
"Researchers Examine Information Technology Issues in Kenya", Penn State Daily Newswire (May 9, 2008).
"IST Researchers Receive NSF Award to Study How Race, Ethnicity Affect Gender Stereotypes", IST News and Events (October 3, 2007).
"Minority Women See Advancement Through Information Technology", Black Issues in Higher Education (June 19, 2003).
"IST Researchers, Community Group Partner to Teach Computer Skills to Youths", Penn State Daily Newswire (May, 1, 2003).
"IST Researchers Partner with Harrisburg Non-profit for Oracle Grant", The Networker (Vol. 4.2, Spring 2003).
"Firm's Survey of College-Bound Students Finds No Digital Divide Among Them", The Chronicle of Higher Education (April 22, 2003).
"Minority Women Perceive IT as Way to Promised Land", Penn State Daily Newswire(April 16, 2003).
"Grant Backs Faculty Project on Community-Based Technology", Penn State Daily Newswire (March 3, 2003).
"Study Analyzes Efforts to Bring Technology to Distressed Areas", Black Issues in Higher Education (January 16, 2003).
"Computers in Churches, Laundromats May Bridge Digital Divide", Penn State Daily Newswire(December 18, 2002).
"Digital Divide Encompasses More than Technology", Penn State Daily Newswire (December 13, 2002).