CAPWIC is a regional Celebration of Women in Computing. CAPWIC's aim is to bring together women in computing from all stages of their careers. CAPWIC invites high school students, college students (including graduate students), and professionals to attend.
Are you an undergraduate student from an underrepresented group interested in exploring research in computer science? Or are you are a faculty member interested in being a research mentor? Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU) might be the program for you! DREU is a highly selective program that matches promising undergraduate women and underrepresented groups […]
A regional ACM-W Celebration of Women in Computing. TRIWIC brings together female technical women from Kentucky, great Cincinnati and beyond! @acm_triwic.
Apply to host a Discipline Specific Workshop before the January 4th deadline! Discipline Specific Workshops provide career mentoring and networking opportunities in the context of a specific research area. The workshops include coverage of technical topics such as important recent results and future related research directions. These workshops can be co-located with conferences in the sub-field […]
The goal of CWIC (pronounced see- wik) is to encourage the participation of women in computing by providing professional and social support. The conference will feature talks and panels by highly successful technical women. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate through poster presentations, lightning talks or birds-of-feather sessions and will have opportunities to network with successful technical women from academia, government, and industry, and their fellow students. A career fair will conclude the conference.
The CRA-W Grad Cohort 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.