AiC Members - In The News! (January 2017 #2)
- AiC Community Member Paige Moore has served as her high school robotics team’s builder, programmer, electrician, and driver -- receiving three varsity letters for her efforts! It's no wonder they named her Student of the Month. Go, Paige!
- "I'm honored to receive this recognition, and I'll use the prize to continue my mission to show compassion through computation." We are still beaming about AiC Community Member Joy Buolamwini winning the “search for Hidden Figures” contest!
- Meet Jennifer Martinez, #NCWITAiC17 national winner and future computing engineer. Congratulations, and welcome to the AiC Community: http://bit.ly/2jAnQny
- “I’m proud of where I come from, and I am very humble for the opportunity. I feel this recognition was well-deserved because I’ve come a long way.” // We're also proud of #NCWITAiC17 National Honorable Mention Jalicia Smalley. Congratulations! // http://bit.ly/2k1rwvF
- Do YOU know the difference between a soldering iron and a wrench? You will... after the end of your FIRST robotics season. AiC Community Member Niharika Agrawal wants to tell you about 13 more things you'll learn: http://bit.ly/2iN794V.
- Say hello to #NCWITAiC17 National Honorable Mentions Gillian Vaughn and Skylar Smith! Welcome to the AiC Community! // http://bit.ly/2jJOlro
- #DYK AiC Community Member Elizabeth Wang spent last summer interning at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the Computing Division and is now working on a self-driving car algorithm that she hopes to patent in the future? Go, Elizabeth, and congratulations on being named an #NCWITAiC17 national honorable mention! // http://bit.ly/2jALjpB
- "We couldn't be more proud of Olivia. As a lead student in our STEAM curriculum, she has embraced these opportunities and truly represents the best of Sacred Heart." // ~Sacred Heart School President Sister Myra Rodgers on #NCWITAiC17 National Winner Olivia Colombo // http://bit.ly/2hOT2zP
- Joy Buolamwini’s "Bloomertech Smart Bra Mobile Application" is the amazing project that won her an NCWIT Collegiate Award. Now, her “Algorithmic Justice League” has helped her win “The Search for Hidden Figures” contest! We are so proud of Joy and her work fighting bias in machine learning. #NotHiddenAnymore // http://bit.ly/2jIW2hB