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Quote titleDurationInterviewee
Things happen in life for pretty random reasons0m, 48sAbelson, Hal
Teaching is also about the personal style you set0m, 46sAbelson, Hal
Showing students what matters0m, 25sAbelson, Hal
A random elevator ride starts a career1m, 13sAbelson, Hal
Developing a teaching repertoire1m, 34sAbelson, Hal
Critical to experience class as a student1m, 30sAbelson, Hal
Doing homework at 1:00am0m, 32sAbelson, Hal
Wisdom and mentoring0m, 51sAbelson, Hal
The obligation to preserve human values1m, 10sAbelson, Hal
Shaping computing as a reflection of your own humanity0m, 37sAbelson, Hal
Change in role of women1m, 9sAllen, Fran
Shift in professionalization over a decade1m, 20sAllen, Fran
Grace Hopper arrives at Vassar0m, 27sAsprey, Winifred "Tim"
Learning to teach from the master, Miss Wells1m, 18sAsprey, Winifred "Tim"
Having dessert first and other pleasures of living with your brother1m, 54sAsprey, Winifred "Tim"
NSF workshops and setting a foot in every state of the Union2m, 9sAsprey, Winifred "Tim"
Convincing the Vassar faculty to get one of the first computers0m, 43sAsprey, Winifred "Tim"
The impact of men at Vassar0m, 36sAsprey, Winifred "Tim"
Serendipity and openings at University of Maryland1m, 39sAusting, Richard
Curriculum development as a career theme1m, 31sAusting, Richard
Choice of research and promotion0m, 37sAusting, Richard
Develop a strong undergraduate program0m, 42sAusting, Richard
Comfortable with where I was and what I was doing0m, 28sAusting, Richard
Advantages and disadvantages of committees1m, 11sAusting, Richard
Broad base at the beginning0m, 37sAusting, Richard
Mathematics is a good thing0m, 25sBen-Ari, Moti
Bugs that could be caught during compilation0m, 37sBen-Ari, Moti
Constructivism1m, 21sBen-Ari, Moti
Interests beyond computing0m, 56sBen-Ari, Moti
Getting the basis of computing0m, 37sBen-Ari, Moti
Your verification or your life0m, 36sBen-Ari, Moti
In love with the machine0m, 49sBishop, Judith
Bringing the Internet to South Africa0m, 52sBishop, Judith
Faint heart never won fair lady0m, 49sBishop, Judith
Early use of the term Software Engineering0m, 34sBishop, Judith
Long turn-around times0m, 41sBishop, Judith
The Quiet Life (pre-Internet)0m, 34sBishop, Judith
Courses come in different flavors0m, 53sBishop, Judith
Don’t talk down to the students1m, 11sBishop, Judith
Keeping abreast of technology1m, 56sBishop, Judith
Unexpected value from studying abroad1m, 13sCamp, Tracy
Systers and being part of a women-in-computing community0m, 41sCamp, Tracy
Do good titles improve cite-ability?0m, 47sCamp, Tracy
Gaining confidence, discovering passion, and success as a researcher2m, 17sCamp, Tracy
My soul is a better fit with a small university0m, 34sCamp, Tracy
Imposter Syndrome2m, 30sCamp, Tracy
Teaching and the treasure of having an impact0m, 57sCamp, Tracy
The challenge of multiple research communities0m, 18sCamp, Tracy
A graceful “No” to professional requests0m, 54sCamp, Tracy
Getting off the treadmill to enjoy the view1m, 51sCamp, Tracy
I really love my job in academia0m, 32sCamp, Tracy
Change to the computer science major1m, 0sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
In loco parentis0m, 54sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Reading or working problems0m, 45sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Not a stay-at-home mom1m, 14sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Trivial in FORTRAN1m, 32sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
When papers WERE papers1m, 44sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Accreditation — It’s a good thing2m, 4sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Assuming students want to learn0m, 50sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Dean’s List and the wedding0m, 21sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
The best you can do0m, 39sCassel, Lilian "Boots"
Summer fun with mobs of kids0m, 58sClancy, MIchael
Research collaboration enhances view of teaching1m, 11sClancy, MIchael
Satisfaction with research successes1m, 45sClancy, MIchael
Courses for teaching assistants1m, 38sClancy, MIchael
Appreciation for faculty0m, 47sClancy, MIchael
A lab-centric format1m, 47sClancy, MIchael
Sometimes groups need group therapy1m, 14sClancy, MIchael
Early recognition of leadership ability1m, 44sClear, Alison
Homework rather than dishes0m, 22sClear, Alison
An aptitude test and shopping with Mother1m, 32sClear, Alison
Binary and punch cards and plug panels0m, 46sClear, Alison
Regaining belief in one’s self1m, 0sClear, Alison
Getting the whole country to do research0m, 49sClear, Alison
“Getting started in research” workshops0m, 47sClear, Alison
Your problem is you don’t have a hobby0m, 41sClear, Alison
Over the moon with student successes0m, 43sClear, Alison
Education as an enormously satisfying career choice0m, 57sClear, Alison
New Zealand at the bottom of the Pacific as good as anywhere in the world0m, 25sClear, Alison
Calling in sick0m, 46sDale, Nell
Retraining women scientists and the need to talk1m, 25sDale, Nell
An advantage of writing over teaching1m, 4sDale, Nell
The human faces of people in computing0m, 49sDale, Nell
What is the right setting?0m, 25sDale, Nell
What is computer science education research?1m, 6sDale, Nell
The flexibility of an academic career0m, 24sDale, Nell
The energy to “have it all”0m, 46sDale, Nell
Don’t float0m, 42sDale, Nell
A choice to keep more options open0m, 35sDaniels, Mats
Programming language differences and paying attention1m, 8sDaniels, Mats
Learning how to pass a math test0m, 47sDaniels, Mats
Predictability vs. learning0m, 18sDaniels, Mats
Talking about competencies0m, 26sDaniels, Mats
Keep the eyes open0m, 35sDaniels, Mats
Finding connections, reading more0m, 44sDaniels, Mats
Putting technology in context1m, 1sDaniels, Mats
Remembering the Deuce, an early computer0m, 45sDavies, Gordon
Few textbooks, so ACM’s early pubs important0m, 47sDavies, Gordon
Don Knuth’s Art of Computer Programming as manna from heaven0m, 43sDavies, Gordon
England to USA: like going to another planet0m, 29sDavies, Gordon
Increasing involvement in ACM, SIGCSE, ITiCSE1m, 24sDavies, Gordon
How developing courses at an Open University is different1m, 14sDavies, Gordon
Producing television-based courses1m, 12sDavies, Gordon
First time requiring students to have a PC0m, 50sDavies, Gordon
Rental PCs arriving via the post0m, 52sDavies, Gordon
A long line of scholars0m, 30sEdwards, Jenny
THIS is why I’m going to university!0m, 39sEdwards, Jenny
A significant piece of graffiti0m, 42sEdwards, Jenny
Tough time balancing teaching and research0m, 36sEdwards, Jenny
Without whom the research never would have been finished1m, 8sEdwards, Jenny
Female vs. male approach to promotion0m, 51sEdwards, Jenny
Combining an academic job and family0m, 47sEdwards, Jenny
Often the first female anything0m, 41sEdwards, Jenny
Have the courage of your convictions0m, 58sEdwards, Jenny
Teaching inspiration based on the null instantiation of for all0m, 56sFelleisen, Matthias
In-class TA discussion channeled to book revision1m, 47sFelleisen, Matthias
Hiring vs. working together with Ph.D. students0m, 28sFelleisen, Matthias
If you can’t fail, it ain’t research0m, 52sFelleisen, Matthias
It was like time in a start-up0m, 42sFelleisen, Matthias
Tenure is syntax, the real work is semantics0m, 37sFelleisen, Matthias
Girls prefer to follow rules, boys prefer Game Boy1m, 0sFelleisen, Matthias
Get everybody to see the beauty of computing0m, 27sFelleisen, Matthias
Community vs. research community service0m, 9sFelleisen, Matthias
I’ll teach until I can’t anymore0m, 26sFelleisen, Matthias
Computing for all high school students is my hope0m, 17sFelleisen, Matthias
Computer science is not about mathematics only0m, 57sFelleisen, Matthias
Tough love in teaching1m, 10sFelleisen, Matthias
A love of learning from the beginning0m, 47sGal-Ezer, Judith
Why go to high school?0m, 16sGal-Ezer, Judith
Studies in mathematics and seismology, not computing0m, 33sGal-Ezer, Judith
Teaching the beauty of mathematics1m, 8sGal-Ezer, Judith
Rigor, details, and understanding0m, 16sGal-Ezer, Judith
Great work by the CSTA1m, 25sGal-Ezer, Judith
Convincing that CS is a science0m, 55sGal-Ezer, Judith
Advice on starting out in CS Education0m, 16sGal-Ezer, Judith
Sputnik launches a career2m, 51sGerhart, Susan
Summer jobs and a seminal paper0m, 44sGerhart, Susan
The basis of a software engineering curriculum0m, 48sGerhart, Susan
The importance of big enough projects1m, 0sGerhart, Susan
Adjusting to vision loss with class, using technology3m, 19sGerhart, Susan
Ending as a trouble-maker1m, 45sGerhart, Susan
First in family to go to university0m, 17sHall, Wendy
Medicine is not a career for women0m, 43sHall, Wendy
First example of why being a woman is different0m, 22sHall, Wendy
An early interest in how computers could be used in education0m, 57sHall, Wendy
More opportunities in computing than in the pure maths world1m, 4sHall, Wendy
Interactive video disk workshop as an inspiration1m, 15sHall, Wendy
The application (non-technical?) sides of computing0m, 39sHall, Wendy
Getting started in committees and what one gets out of it0m, 37sHall, Wendy
Exciting to be elected, rather than appointed0m, 24sHall, Wendy
Europe as a set of computing fiefdoms1m, 22sHall, Wendy
Computational thinking0m, 29sHall, Wendy
Mismatch between what we are teaching and what appeals to women0m, 19sHall, Wendy
Is computing done and dusted?1m, 19sHall, Wendy
“Pot’s half full” type of person1m, 10sHall, Wendy
What is a career in computing REALLY about?0m, 45sHall, Wendy
Wanting to be remembered for accomplishments0m, 29sHall, Wendy
A new discipline: web science0m, 39sHall, Wendy
The first stereo system?0m, 54sImpagliazzo, John
Early teaching experience giving music lessons0m, 43sImpagliazzo, John
Early on-line courses via TV0m, 36sImpagliazzo, John
Students need to become engaged0m, 30sImpagliazzo, John
Less “hit and miss” in the good old days0m, 34sImpagliazzo, John
Conference on perspectives of Soviet and Russian computing1m, 14sImpagliazzo, John
Music as a mental transport0m, 48sImpagliazzo, John
Be diverse in your thinking0m, 56sImpagliazzo, John
Learn as much as you can and put it in your pocket0m, 59sImpagliazzo, John
Parents stressed education, not grades0m, 18sKahlon, Amardeep
Better than telling the truth is truthful living0m, 18sKahlon, Amardeep
If you are earning, nobody can abuse you0m, 21sKahlon, Amardeep
A beloved teacher was Attila the Hun0m, 53sKahlon, Amardeep
Unusual advice for a girl in India0m, 50sKahlon, Amardeep
Always in the back of my head: Imposter Syndrome0m, 30sKahlon, Amardeep
Continue in CS or move somewhere else?1m, 14sKahlon, Amardeep
Differences between the Indian and American educational system at university1m, 8sKahlon, Amardeep
Only 25% of you will be left0m, 41sKahlon, Amardeep
Going from a low point in life to a Ph.D. program0m, 31sKahlon, Amardeep
A convenient prompt for the GRE writing portion0m, 45sKahlon, Amardeep
Slow start on doctoral studies evolving into full involvement1m, 3sKahlon, Amardeep
Value of doctoral studies for me0m, 41sKahlon, Amardeep
The most amazing mentor ever1m, 11sKahlon, Amardeep
Centering in on a dissertation topic1m, 22sKahlon, Amardeep
Blasphemous to do a qualitative study?0m, 31sKahlon, Amardeep
A nurturing teaching philosophy and a realistic approach to deadlines1m, 11sKahlon, Amardeep
A sense of community and “stupid” questions0m, 44sKahlon, Amardeep
Involvement in outside organizations and increasing confidence0m, 51sKahlon, Amardeep
Never give someone an opportunity to point a finger at you1m, 2sKahlon, Amardeep
Keep your passion and explore1m, 6sKahlon, Amardeep
Expect a gender bias0m, 17sKahlon, Amardeep
Realizations out of childhood1m, 7sKlawe, Maria
Parents’ expectations during childhood0m, 33sKlawe, Maria
Finding our way out of the childhood image0m, 17sKlawe, Maria
Can you have more than one passion at a time?1m, 9sKlawe, Maria
All the ideas in the first two weeks1m, 20sKlawe, Maria
Unable to do mathematics after three major results0m, 52sKlawe, Maria
Reverse psychology?1m, 47sKlawe, Maria
Teaching compilers by learning as you go along1m, 20sKlawe, Maria
Hard to manage? Start your own group!!0m, 41sKlawe, Maria
Wearing shorts as a potentially damaging career move2m, 37sKlawe, Maria
Inconsistencies in one’s personal knowledge base0m, 12sKlawe, Maria
Existence proof of having a child and returning to work0m, 53sKlawe, Maria
Popping away from work to breastfeed0m, 47sKlawe, Maria
Lack of sleep and wonderful things about having children0m, 52sKlawe, Maria
A recurrent theme: Expectations vs. reality0m, 37sKlawe, Maria
To make dramatic change, go to a place that’s demoralized0m, 26sKlawe, Maria
Lack of success in recruiting women0m, 39sKlawe, Maria
The birth of the CRA committee on the status of women in computing0m, 46sKlawe, Maria
How to leave a senior vice-president position0m, 24sKlawe, Maria
The dean who paints in meetings0m, 30sKlawe, Maria
Liter of Milk Leads to Love of Math1m, 26sKölling, Michael
The insight that the tutor learns as much as the kids0m, 54sKölling, Michael
Starting to program on a KIM0m, 45sKölling, Michael
A hunger for learning1m, 10sKölling, Michael
Painting or computer science?1m, 23sKölling, Michael
The best professors had a broader view of things0m, 30sKölling, Michael
OK, I’ll make my own0m, 43sKölling, Michael
The joy that programming can bring1m, 1sKölling, Michael
Teaching needs lead to Ph.D. topic0m, 47sKölling, Michael
What do you consider a real user?1m, 35sKölling, Michael
Challenges: That’s just normal0m, 28sKölling, Michael
Why create? There’s an app for that1m, 21sKölling, Michael
Hard to experience the bug for programming0m, 19sKölling, Michael
The paradox: polished software discourages even trying0m, 42sKölling, Michael
You have to get yourself to do it once0m, 35sKölling, Michael
Future hope: To be a positive influence0m, 54sKölling, Michael
Knowing you’re going to have a great career0m, 49sLawrence, Andrea
Grandmother’s help in building an interest in math0m, 30sLawrence, Andrea
Nobody thinks you’re odd at an all-girls school0m, 56sLawrence, Andrea
Choosing to do computer science0m, 49sLawrence, Andrea
The supposedly portable Osborne0m, 49sLawrence, Andrea
The Ph.D. as a driver’s license0m, 45sLawrence, Andrea
Too old, wrong color, wrong age1m, 19sLawrence, Andrea
Showing whether animations work0m, 57sLawrence, Andrea
Being visible as proof you’re working1m, 1sLawrence, Andrea
Helping students find out how to learn1m, 9sLawrence, Andrea
Renewal from involvement in professional organizations0m, 44sLawrence, Andrea
Ice sheets in Antarctica1m, 14sLawrence, Andrea
Reach out for support and get involved0m, 21sLawrence, Andrea
Consider possibilities, look around, pick something you like to do0m, 47sLawrence, Andrea
Hiring women to do the programming1m, 13sLittle, Joyce Currie
No credit — you already know too much!!0m, 36sLittle, Joyce Currie
Roller skate transmittal for in-line real-time computing1m, 5sLittle, Joyce Currie
That’s a skill, not a college subject0m, 59sLittle, Joyce Currie
Workforce trends and attracting minorities1m, 21sLittle, Joyce Currie
Collaborative mentoring1m, 13sLittle, Joyce Currie
Promoting breadth as a profession0m, 31sLittle, Joyce Currie
Extending training on-the-job to the classroom experience1m, 51sLittle, Joyce Currie
Software engineering course as a capstone1m, 39sLittle, Joyce Currie
Don’t let people hold you back0m, 41sLittle, Joyce Currie
A blessing in retrospect1m, 0sLittle, Joyce Currie
That’s good stuff, I want to do that0m, 58sMcCracken, Dan
Being asked to write a FORTRAN book1m, 31sMcCracken, Dan
FORTRAN book for only $2.950m, 29sMcCracken, Dan
Secret book-writing project1m, 42sMcCracken, Dan
Life as a greedy algorithm with local optimization0m, 52sMcCracken, Dan
ACM’s oldest member-since date?1m, 23sMcCracken, Dan
SIGCSE involvement as a major career factor0m, 33sMcCracken, Dan
Early concern about Universal Identifiers1m, 3sMcCracken, Dan
The value of interplay and communal learning with students1m, 55sMcCracken, Dan
The active-learning business as a core value1m, 19sMcCracken, Dan
A student’s thank you thought0m, 51sMcCracken, Dan
“Latisma” and the role of a woman1m, 30sPerera, Graciela
Sense of safety and its effect on science0m, 56sPerera, Graciela
The value of MentorNet0m, 44sPerera, Graciela
Getting started with independent research1m, 18sPerera, Graciela
Asking for what you want during interviews0m, 44sPerera, Graciela
Why teach?0m, 47sPerera, Graciela
Using practical, familiar examples1m, 57sPerera, Graciela
Running1m, 31sPerera, Graciela
Programming languages as just syntax once you understand computing0m, 25sPrey, Jane
Experience of computing courses in earlier days1m, 5sPrey, Jane
Clear thinker with a flow chart1m, 14sPrey, Jane
Opportunity to pick the times to teach0m, 44sPrey, Jane
Studies then and now1m, 1sPrey, Jane
Literacy as the road to getting credit1m, 1sPrey, Jane
Teaching as a partnership0m, 48sPrey, Jane
A failing of all teaching0m, 41sPrey, Jane
Introducing First Timers at SIGCSE1m, 20sPrey, Jane
SIGCSE community as a welcoming setting0m, 23sPrey, Jane
Learning to be effective in groups1m, 23sPrey, Jane
Being a lone wolf is never a successful strategy0m, 30sPrey, Jane
The tension of being an academic in industry1m, 9sPrey, Jane
Decide you love being a teacher1m, 3sPrey, Jane
Business data processing for the state of Nevada2m, 52sRoberts, Eric
“Is this normal?”3m, 4sRoberts, Eric
Advanced beginning calculus: Love it or not, mathematician or computer scientist1m, 33sRoberts, Eric
Feminist influences1m, 2sRoberts, Eric
Lessons from Father: The value of a broadly-based education1m, 42sRoberts, Eric
A bigger passion for teaching than for research1m, 21sRoberts, Eric
This year’s Christmas letter … not!0m, 59sRoberts, Eric
Important for students to learn how to read1m, 35sRoberts, Eric
Predicting the future: The Machine Stops in 19081m, 24sRoberts, Eric
The magic of computer science0m, 57sRoberts, Eric
Insights from a Project Adventure experiment2m, 18sSiek, Katie
Gold, jewelry, and microchips0m, 50sSiek, Katie
Advantages of a Liberal Arts background1m, 3sSiek, Katie
Understanding differences in the millennial generation1m, 0sSiek, Katie
Using interactivity in class1m, 4sSiek, Katie
Life balance and reflections1m, 17sSiek, Katie
First computing course: Eventually you could win1m, 51sSimon, Beth
The know-it-all guy doesn’t make it through0m, 38sSimon, Beth
An “honorary graduate student” with a CRA-W mentorship1m, 5sSimon, Beth
I just wanted to teach students computer science2m, 13sSimon, Beth
Continued interest in performance, but a change of contexts0m, 52sSimon, Beth
Less than desired impact in the small class0m, 56sSimon, Beth
Lecturer with Security of Employment0m, 27sSimon, Beth
With 150 students, somebody’s going to be happy0m, 50sSimon, Beth
Embracing active learning full-on0m, 44sSimon, Beth
Better to see incorrect code in class0m, 36sSimon, Beth
Why aren’t we all doing pair programming?1m, 23sSimon, Beth
The support of my professional community0m, 34sSimon, Beth
A conscious decision to be career focused0m, 55sSimon, Beth
Making change in our culture and our communities1m, 8sSimon, Beth
Kids controlling grown-ups (and computers)0m, 36sSpertus, Ellen
Pretty / smart and male-female ratio1m, 8sSpertus, Ellen
Everyone’s in the top half0m, 40sSpertus, Ellen
Just three months out of six years0m, 50sSpertus, Ellen
Enthusiasm in teaching2m, 27sSpertus, Ellen
Interdisciplinary programs and unique combinations1m, 9sSpertus, Ellen
Do dream jobs stay dream jobs?0m, 50sSpertus, Ellen
Women home looking after their men0m, 41sTeague, Joy
Different promotion paths for men and women0m, 18sTeague, Joy
Pay scale differential0m, 36sTeague, Joy
The challenge of supervising essentially one’s equals1m, 8sTeague, Joy
Learning curve for new Ph.D. as a supervisor1m, 45sTeague, Joy
People-to-People reunion as motivation to publish research1m, 22sTeague, Joy
Subtle discrimination?1m, 16sTeague, Joy
Differences in timing to promotion0m, 42sTeague, Joy
No information from the top echelons0m, 30sTeague, Joy
Dissertation comments: content vs. appearance1m, 7sTeague, Joy
Teaching computing at home0m, 58sTeague, Joy
A very different kind of student0m, 51sTeague, Joy
Hindsight regarding for whom to vote0m, 34sTeague, Joy
Classmate was daughter of textbook author0m, 54sWalker, Henry
As an introvert he uses role playing0m, 47sWalker, Henry
Convinced he would flunk out0m, 27sWalker, Henry
A strategy to speak up in class more1m, 19sWalker, Henry
The test question was to give incorrect definitions0m, 45sWalker, Henry
Course had enrollment greater than course number0m, 26sWalker, Henry
Social Responsibility and SIGCSE1m, 28sWalker, Henry
Community and what one person can do1m, 7sWalker, Henry
Parent and partner0m, 24sWalker, Henry
Possible impact of teaching0m, 46sWalker, Henry
A certain amount of planning1m, 31sWalker, Henry
Third grade teacher says that better1m, 22sWalker, Henry
Destructive binary search0m, 54sWalker, Henry
Target the parents0m, 39sWeiss, Mark
People who teach should be funny0m, 27sWeiss, Mark
Thesis topic sort of random0m, 51sWeiss, Mark
“Publish or perish” or write a book?1m, 8sWeiss, Mark
Student comments as a source of joy1m, 18sWeiss, Mark
Every student should learn something every class0m, 20sWeiss, Mark
Video recording lectures ‒ a good thing or a bad thing?0m, 54sWeiss, Mark
Teaching without notes0m, 52sWeiss, Mark
Professor vs. Doctor1m, 19sWeiss, Mark
Context of service courses provides insights0m, 57sWeiss, Mark
Life involves extremely difficult choices1m, 14sYoung, Frank
In he bounces0m, 55sYoung, Frank
From impossible exam to sufficient coverage0m, 46sYoung, Frank
Teaching why the language operates the way it does0m, 53sYoung, Frank
Incorporating the wisdom of everyone in the department0m, 34sYoung, Frank
Lecture notes are obsolete after one semester0m, 48sYoung, Frank
Getting people working together0m, 36sYoung, Frank
Judge others by the quality of their work0m, 23sYoung, Frank
Sometimes stupidest, sometimes brightest0m, 25sYoung, Frank
Taking students to SIGCSE conference1m, 37sYoung, Frank
Pay the past by paying the future0m, 27sYoung, Frank
Education from 40 years ago to prep for 40 years from now0m, 39sYoung, Frank