Balancing Workload and How to Say No


By Gail C. Murphy, Joanne M. Atlee Being a female professor in computing is a great career, full of opportunities to teach others the power of computation and conduct research into computational solutions that attack some of the world’s hardest problems and shape the world of the future. For female faculty members, additional opportunities abound […]

CRA-W Distinguished Lecturers, Margaret Burnett and Rebecca Wright, Inspire Students at NJWIC


CRA-W Distinguished Lecture Series sent two speakers to the NJ Women In Computing celebration. Dr. Margaret Burnett and Dr. Rebecca Wright were a tremendous asset to the NJ Women In Computing celebration and NCWIT award ceremony. They presented awards to female high school and college students who have demonstrated great potential in computing.  Their talks […]

CRA-W Distinguished Lecturers attend WiCyS 2018


Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) hosted their fifth annual Women in Cybersecurity event on March 23 through March 24 at the Hilton Downtown Chicago with pre-conference activities on March 22. WiCyS continues to innovatively expand its mission to bring together women in cybersecurity from academia, research and industry. WiCyS is designed to be a forum for […]

CRA-W’s Distinguished Lecture Series Sends ACM Distinguished Speaker Qi Han to TRIWiC


By Alisa Neeman, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Muskingum University 211 participants gathered February 9-10 in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the Tri-State Women in Computing Conference (TRIWiC 2018). The conference hosted three plenary speakers: Liz Mundy, the New York Times best selling author of Code Girls: The Untold Story of American Women Code Breakers of World War […]

Thank You 2017 CRA-W Virtuous Cycle of Giving Donors!


Thank you to the many generous donors who contributed to the 2017 CRA-W Virtuous Cycle of Giving: Supporters:  Sarita Adve, Stephanie E. August, Andrew Bernat, Hang Chen, Monika Ciecka, Lori Clarke, Anne Condon, Adina Crainiceanu, Dilma Da Silva, Siobahn C. Day, Marie DesJardins, Barbara Di Eugenio, Fei Fang, Gayatri Gadepalli, Leah Jamieson, I-Ting Angelina Lee, […]

Distinguished Lecture Series Speakers Participated at InWIC 2017


By Katie A. Siek, Associate Professor, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University The 9th Indiana Women in Computing Regional Conference (InWIC) took place on October 27-28, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The regional conference provides women in computing the opportunity to network, present research and technical experiences, and learn about career paths. InWIC was kicked […]