Upcoming events (4/3-4/5)

AWC Talk with Dr. Simone Paterson When: Tuesday, April 3rd from 6:00pm to 7:00pm (TOMORROW) Where: McBryde Hall room 110 What: Dr. Simone Paterson joins The Association for Women in Computing (AWC) for a discussion on her research, which focuses on cyborg culture and third-wave feminism. She is a professor in the School of Visual […]

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Upcoming events (2/20-2/22)

Computing Crash Course Meeting When: Tuesday, February 20th from 6:00pm to 7:00pm Where: McBryde Hall room 110 What: There are plenty of sub-fields in computing you’ll often find on job applications or hear used as buzzwords which are specific to certain industries and rarely taught in school. During this weeks meeting, we will have multiple […]

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WillowTree Augmented Reality Tech Talk (2/15)

When: Thursday, February 15th from 6:00pm to 7:00pm Where: McBryde Hall room 110 What: WillowTree Apps is delighted to present a technology talk on augmented reality for the AWC at Virginia Tech. UX designer Charlotte de Wolfe will discuss augmented reality design principles and show how to use some of the tools of the trade […]

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Women in Computing Day T-Shirt Design Contest

Women in Computing Day is soon approaching (March 23rd) and we are looking for members to who want to get more involved with the event. Women in Computing Day is AWC’s biggest outreach event. We host around 100 middle school girls from around the NRV area in order to introduce them to the field of […]

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SheHacksVT this Friday (1/26) – Saturday (1/27)!!

The Association of Women in Computing (AWC) is organizing Virginia Tech’s first ever ALL GIRLS Hackathon with VT Hacks- SheHacksVT! This will be a 24-hour event, open to women of all coding backgrounds. During which participants will be able to work on any idea or project of their choosing. Join us at the hackathon to […]

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Who Exactly Wants “Women in Computing”?

A short, interactive talk by Dr. Deborah Tatar (the club adviser). “In-so-far as we live in a post-racial, post-feminist world, answering the question of who wants women in computing should be a no-brainer.  In fact, from a post-feminist point of view, the question should not even require answering: women are individuals who do what they […]

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