Please submit an original creation (artwork, code, writing, letter, poetry, photograph, etc.) to be included in a scrapbook honoring the 2014 NCWIT Pioneer Award Winner, Eleanor Kolchin! Ms. Kolchin will be presented with the commemorative scrapbook at the NCWIT Summit, May 19-21, 2014 in Newport Beach. Each participant that submits an original submission will receive an NCWIT ribbon hair tie.
Follow these steps to participate:
NYC ladies: register for the FIRST Social & VIP dinner with Bloomberg on April 4, 2014 from 3:30-8PM.
The FIRST Social will be held at the Javits Center again this year from 3:30-4:30PM and then we'll head over to Bloomberg for the VIP AiC Dinner with Bloomberg Developers from 5:00-8:00 PM
Applications will be accepted from any student computing or IT related student group that is involved in recruiting, retaining and supporting women in technology related majors and are therefore in alignment with the mission of NCWIT. The institution where the student group resides must be a U.S. university and a member of the NCWIT Academic Alliance as listed here: http://www.ncwit.org/alliance.academic.php.
The Southern Utah Community is proud to host the Second Award for Aspirations NCWIT Women in Computing in Southern Utah on March 28th 2015 (11.30- 3.30 p.m) on Southern Utah University (SUU) campus, Cedar City, Utah. The event will be held in the Great Hall of the Hunter Conference Center on SUU's campus. We will be inviting ALL the 75 young women with a handful of these women receiving an award to both congratulate and recognize their hard work and achievement in the field of computing.
This event is being sponsored by affiliates of SUU and others:
This year marks the first annual Congressional Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academic Competition, the “House Student App Challenge.” This new challenge is designed to engage student’s creativity and encourage their participation in STEM education fields. Established by Members of the U.S.
Leap@CMU is an exciting summer program at Carnegie Mellon University. Leap@CMU (formerly Andrew's Leap) is a summer enrichment program run by the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science since 1991. Students attend faculty presentations, interact with notable scientists, visit leading-edge local companies and dive into their own projects. Participants emerge with a vivid overview of computer science and math.
As a recipient of the 2013-2014 NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing, you and your family are invited to join other winners for the award ceremony and dinner at ASU downtown Tempe. Our speakers this year are Ruthe Farmer, Director of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Dr. Ron Askin, Director of the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, and Dr. James Collofello, Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs.