We're having a dessert exchange on November 15! Please join us in ECCS 122 for some goodies!
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NOVEMBER 15, 2012
We are having a dessert exchange this Thursday Nov. 15th, just to get together and catch up before Fall break and to share delicious homemade desserts. Feel free to bring your own dessert, something from a store, or just yourself, but come join us for some fun! CUWIC will provide drinks.
LOCATION: ECCS 122
TIME: 5 - 7 pm (Join us when you can and leave when you must.)
All are welcome to attend.
CU Women in Computing is hosting an end-of-semester lunch on Tuesday. Stop by to meet fellow students and faculty in the field of Computing.
Venue: CSEL conference room (ECCS 122) http://www.cs.colorado.edu/department/maps/eccs1.html
Date: Tuesday, May 1, 2012
All who support women and diversity in Computing are welcome.
Please RSVP in the following link to help us estimate the amount of food and drink that we should buy.
So, put on your creative hat and bring out the designer inside you. The deadline to submit your design is 9th Feb, 2012 (1 week from now, FIRM Deadline). Email your design in eps format to Dola.Saha@colorado.edu, Allison.Thompson@colorado.edu, Ponehsadat.Mortazavi@colorado.edu, Madeline.Leary@colorado.edu, Noelle.Beaujon@colorado.edu.
All with a colorado.edu email address are invited to submit and all the designs will be voted for final selection. The winner will be announced in the website.
Panel: "What is it like to be a technical woman?"
Friday Oct 7
Brown Bag Lunch
Biweekly, alternating between Fridays (Sept 2, 30, Oct - 28, Dec 2) and Thursdays (Sept - 15, Oct - 13, Nov - 10)
Fridays from 12:00- 1:00P.M.
Thursdays from 12:30-1:30P.M.
Attend a career development workshop for women in Computer Science at Google Boulder on 23 Sept, 2011.
Deadline to apply - 9 Sept
NO REGISTRATION FEE.
For details, check Google.GetAJob()
CU Women in Computing will be at the Student Organization and Society Fair on August 18, 1:30-3:30P.M. to welcome new students and share information about the group.
CUWIC would like to congratulate all who are graduating this year!! The CU Women in Computing group wishes you the best of luck as you start the next phase of your lives. Hope you all had a successful semester and wish you all a wonderful summer, whether you are in Colorado or outside.
CU ACM-W Chapter of Women in Computing has teamed up with Women in Electrical Computer and Energy Engineering to organize a joint End-of-Semester Breakfast on 22nd April. The theme of the event is "Understanding Current Causes of Women's Underrepresentation in Sciences", based on the recent article by Stephen Ceci and Wendy Williams (http://www.pnas.org/content/108/8/3157.full).
Venue: DLC 170 [Discovery Learning Center at Engineering Center (http://www.cs.colorado.edu/department/maps/dlc1.html)
Date: Friday, 22April, 2011
Join us to discuss your ideas over breakfast. No membership is required, all who support women and diversity are welcome.
The next upcoming Women in Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering meeting is on Monday April 11th in ECEE 1B28 from 5:30-6:30PM! This meeting presents Audrey Rowe (Senior Engineer) and Bhavna Chhabra (Director of Engineering) of Qualcomm. Audrey and Bhavna will discuss Qualcomm’s interests and job opportunities as well as the daily life of a working engineer.
Audrey Rowe has a BS in Computer Science from CU and has been working full time for 8 years (Raytheon and Qualcomm). This semester, she is finishing a master's degree in Electrical Engineering.
Bhavna Chhabra has a BS in Computer Science from CU. She worked as a Software Engineer at Quark and has been with Qualcomm since 1998. She leads a team that is part of the Qualcomm Android effort. In the middle of her professional career, she took 2 years off to spend time with her kids.
All students interested in promoting diversity are welcome. There will be refreshments and good company as usual.
Read the article at http://women.acm.org/archives/newsletter/newsletter_v0301.pdf
Dola Saha and Joanne White visited Peak to Peak high school to educate students about CS for Computer Science Education Week! The slides of the presentation are available at http://systems.cs.colorado.edu/~sahad/P2P.pdf
Winner: Anne Gatchell