The Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) brings prominent faculty and industry researchers to campuses across the US. The purpose of these visits is to provide inspiring role models that will encourage students to pursue research in computer science and engineering.
During the Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall Event, you will join students from around the world in a virtual mentoring event where you will learn about cutting edge research in the field of computing. In this talk, Rebecca will overview the challenges of privacy in today’s world as well as presenting some privacy solutions that can enable data to be used without violating individual privacy.
DLS Event - The 2017 Kentucky Community Colleges-Women in Computing Regional Conference (KYCC-WiC) is the first community college centered regional conference. Their goal is to continue the primary mission of ACM while reaching out to the community college family.
DLS Event - The 6th biennial Michigan Celebration of Women in Computing (MICWIC 2017) is part of a nationwide effort to address the alarming decline of American women choosing computer science professions. MICWIC 2017 will focus attention on the research success and career interests of women in computing and information technology.
DLS Event - Through the WiCyS community and activities we expect to raise awareness about the importance and nature of cybersecurity career. We hope to generate interest among students to consider cybersecurity as a viable and promising career option.
DLS Event - MinneWIC is the ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing in the Upper Midwest. This regional meeting will bring together students, faculty, and technology leaders from across Minnesota and neighboring states to discuss the role of women in today's computing and technology fields, share experiences and strategies for success, and explore issues common to women working in these fields.
DLS Event - CRA-W is proud to sponsor the 2017 Capital Region Celebration of Women in Computing Conference, bringing together women at the high school, undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels to promote the recruitment, retention, and progression of women in computing fields.
This Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall, hosted by Katherine Sittig-Boyd, will focus on effective ways to become involved in undergraduate research, how to identify research topics that will make for engrossing and fulfilling projects, and some examples of projects she was able to work on during her undergraduate career.
Networking Networking Women (N2 Women) is a discipline-specific community for researchers in the communications and networking research fields. CRA-W is a proud supporter of this event.
CRA-W will host Mid and Early Career Mentoring Workshops on March 8, 2017 in Seattle, WA co-located with SIGCSE 2017, in an effort to increase the percentage of women in computing who reach the top of their career tracks.