Who Exactly Wants “Women in Computing”?
AWC Annual Holiday Potluck
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 […]
Grad School Q&A with Tea and Cake!
There will be an AWC Potluck on Reading Day (December 12th) at 6 PM generously hosted by Mrs. Terry Arthur. It will be off campus at her residence but rides can be provided. All members of the Association of Women in Computing are invited to attend. There will be turkey, gravy, rolls and some beverages […]
Females in Computing Industry
AWC will have its next general meeting this Thursday, October 24 at 7pm in McBryde 216. There will be informal presentations and Q&A with current and former computer science graduate students. We will be discussing what grad school is really like (not a sales pitch!), what to do as undergrads to increase your chances of […]
When: Thurs Oct 3, 7pm, Where: McBryde 216 Agenda: •Watch and discuss TED talk of Sheryl Sandberg “Why we have too few women leaders” •Discuss conferences dedicated to females in computing •FOOD!