Assorted talks and speeches
A speech to Duke TIP scholars (Essay #13)
For some reason, Grinnell invited me to give a speech to Duke TIP scholars on Tuesday, 3 May 2016. Here’s the intended text of my speech.
Speech to 2016 Graduating CS Seniors (Essay #29)
Text of a speech that I should have given.
Recruiting faculty who care about diversity (Essay #34)
Notes for a panel on best practices.
Another speech to Duke TIP award winners (Musing #310)
I did something right in 2016, since they asked me to come back in 2017. Or maybe it’s just that I’m the only one who says yes. Given Friday, 5 May 2017.
Baccalaureate (non-)address 2017 (Musing #328)
A speech I did not give.
A speech to graduating CS majors (and a few near-majors) in the class of 2018 (Musing #630)
A revised version of the 2016 speech.
Yet another speech to Duke TIP award recipients (Musing #640)
Third time’s a charm.
Comments from a panel at reunion 2018 (Musing #649)
Why did they ask me to participate?
Preparing slides for a presentation on the new digital-humanities CSC 151 (Musing #713)
Making a decent slide deck is hard.
An approximation of my talk for the Digital Bridges conference (Musing #714)
Writing the talk to go with the slide deck is also hard.
Some words for graduating CS majors (and their families) in the class of 2020 (Musing #1073)
Words I wanted to share, although not the place.
Some words for graduating CS majors (and their families) in the class of 2021 (Musing #1154)
Words to share.
Our Tapia 2022 Prep Session (Musing #1203)
It’s good to keep a record.