Latest Women in computing Stories
A $500,000 initiative will directly fund student groups for technical women, develop a national infrastructure, and create tools for groups to succeed. Boulder,
The NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund, sponsored by Microsoft Research, provides startup funds to academic programs focused on recruiting and retaining women in computing. Boulder,
The NCWIT Student Seed Fund, sponsored by Symantec, attracts women and underrepresented groups in computing through student-run recruitment and retention efforts. Boulder,
Staying at 25 Hotels; Generating $11 Million in Direct Spending PHOENIX, Oct.
Apple, Bank of America, Bloomberg, Google, Microsoft, Microsoft Research, Palantir, Qualcomm Incorporated, Symantec, and Venmo support NCWIT’s outreach efforts at the 2014 Grace Hopper Celebration
Young women serve as “near-peer” technology role models and reduce the effects of stereotype threat. Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 24, 2014 The National
Organizations Lending Voices to 10th Anniversary NCWIT Summit Include Apple, AT&T, The Clinton Foundation, DevelopHer, Google, HP, Microsoft, and Rapt Media Newport
$5,000 Awarded to Computing Professors for Their Outstanding Efforts to Support Women and Minority Undergraduates Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
$50,000 Awarded to Pilot Programs that Recruit and Retain Women in Computing Boulder, CO (PRWEB) February 11, 2014 The National Center for Women &
IIE-led WeTech Consortium brings together innovative partners, sets $10 Million goal.
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