Women in Computer Science (WiCS)

Welcome to Women in Computer Science at JHU!

Sign-up for and view our mailing list at: https://www.cs.jhu.edu/mailman/listinfo/wics  [You can unsubscribe yourself there too if necessary.]

Also join our Facebook group: http://tinyurl.com/jhuwics
and visit our student-run website: http://wics.acm.jhu.edu/

When school is in session we aim to hold dinner meetings with an invited guest speaker and yummy food at least once a semester. We also meet informally in “Coding Circles” weekly throughout the semester:

Coding Circle, Fridays in Malone 228, 4:30-?: Bring your laptops, hang out with fellow students; nail polish and chocolate is always available. Come when you can, leave when you have to.

Resources

  • ACM-W – ACM’s Women in Computing organization
  • CRA-W – Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research
  • NCWIT – National Center for Women and Information Technology
  • Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
  • Women in STEM – comprehensive list of resources including scholarships and career information
  • WitsOn! – Women in Technology Sharing On-line, a new mentoring community
  • she++ – a Stanford based community for innovative women in technology
  • wrogrammer.org – a collection of the stories of real female software engineers
  • Various resources for women considering CS
  • GoGrad – resources for women considering and pursuing graduate degrees
  • ComputerScience.org – resources for all students, including a special section for women
  • MoneyGeek – information about and for female students in STEM fields
  • Great Women in CS – a blog with brief bios about many pioneering females

 

 

This page maintained by Joanne Selinski. Please contact her with suggestions on new content.

 

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