A Yale Celebration of Women in Computing

Event time: 
Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design See map
15 Prospect Street
Event description: 

Coffee break refreshments and lunch are included

Computing is part of nearly every human endeavor in today’s world. Opportunities to work and to study in computing are extraordinarily varied – there are opportunities all over the world, in many different sectors (industry, government, non-profits), and including many different topics (physical science, social science mathematics, engineering, the arts and the humanities). Featured speakers will discuss their experiences in computing. Student led panels will discuss undergraduate and graduate life as computing majors. Come join us to explore the possibilities.

Featured Speakers:

Ioana Boier, BNP Paribas, NYC

Wenjun Hu, Asst. Prof. Yale Electrical Engineering

Bonnie John, IBM Watson Research

Naomi Taylor ’99, The Hartford

Ruzica Piskac, Asst. Prof. Yale Computer Science

The event is open to all who are interested in discussing opportunities in computing. There is no charge but registration is required.

Click here to get to registration page.