At the Grad Cohort for Women, you will spend two days interacting with about 20 senior female computing-related researchers and professionals, who will share pertinent information on graduate school survival skills, as well as more personal information and insights about their experiences. The workshop will include a mix of formal presentations and informal discussions and social events. By attending Grad Cohort you will be able to build mentoring relationships and develop peer networks that will form the basis for ongoing activities during your graduate career and beyond.
At the URMD Grad Cohort Workshop, participants will spend two days interacting with senior computing researchers and professionals, who will share pertinent information on graduate school survival skills, as well as more personal information and insights about their experiences. The workshop includes a mix of formal presentations and informal discussions and social events.
The CRA-W Grad Cohort for Women program, initiated in 2004, is generously funded by sponsors from industry, ACM, CRA, academia, the National Science Foundation, and the computing community. Grad Cohort aims to increase the ranks of senior women in computing-related studies and research by building and mentoring nationwide communities of women through their graduate studies.
DSW - Through the SIAM community and activities we aim to assist in providing a rich scientific program, mentoring, and career and professional development to students from underrepresented and underprivileged backgrounds who aspire to broaden their experience in research-based professional activities.
Apply today to attend the early or mid career mentoring workshops on November 3-4th in Phoenix, AZ. The goal of these workshops is to bring junior researchers and educators together with women already established in their fields.
The Summer School workshop on Computer Architecture and Circuits will be held on August 16-17, 2018 at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. This workshop is primarily targeted at women and under-represented minorities who are currently enrolled in computer science or computer engineering graduate programs with an interest in computer architecture and circuit research.
The N2Women workshop aims to foster connections among the underrepresented women in communications, computer networking and related research fields.
The mission of the WiNLP Workshop is to help promote and support ideas and voices of underrepresented groups in Natural Language Processing.
The workshop is designed to inform, inspire and encourage participants, specifically participants historically underrepresented at the conference, to engage in the multidisciplinary dynamics of visualization.
This workshop encouraged underrepresented cybersecurity professionals and students to attend conferences, network, and engage in cutting edge research.