OCWiC 2017 * February 24-25, 2017

Celebrate the 2017 Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing (OCWiC) at THE LODGE at Sawmill Creek Resort

OCWiC is a biannual event that gives young women the opportunity to explore careers in IT, to network with other young women and to meet possible mentors. OCWiC inspires women to complete their studies in computing by expanding their awareness of career possibilities and learning from women leaders from business, industry and academia.

Student Volunteer Interview - Sami Glass, Assistant Website Manager

  • Posted on: 20 January 2017
  • By: bbair

Maintaining the OCWiC website is a big job. There are many contributors and the content changes frequently. The OCWiC planning committee depends on Sami Glass to keep everything running smoothly. I interviewed Sami to find out more about her, and how got involved with OCWiC as a student volunteer.

BB: First of all, who are you?

SG: I am a senior Computer Science major at Kent State University.

BB: How did you hear about OCWiC?

Author Notifications have been sent!

  • Posted on: 23 December 2016
  • By: bbair
More than 35 author proposals were accepted for the OCWiC 2017 program

Our crack team of experts carefully read and reviewed dozens of submitted proposals for talks, panels, BoFs, workshops, and posters. We were so impressed with the scope and depth of the submissions. More than 35 were accepted for the OCWiC 2017 program. Author notifications were sent on December 22nd.

Register here: https://www.regonline.com/ocwic2017

Industry / Policy Keynote - Ruthe Farmer on Championing Change

  • Posted on: 9 December 2016
  • By: bbair

Announcing our Industry /Policy Plenary Talk!

Title:
Championing Change: Building the Movement for Computer Science for All

Abstract: Ruthe Farmer, former White House Senior Policy Advisor for Tech Inclusion, will share her story of championing inclusion & diversity both in and outside of the White House over her 16 year career.

OCWiC Logo - Designer Interview

  • Posted on: 28 November 2016
  • By: bbair

Every OCWiC event has its own unique logo. For OCWiC17, general chair Alina Lazar chose a logo developed by Tracey Hughes. I interviewed Tracey to find out more about her, and how she designed the logo.

BB: Thanks for all of your work on the OCWiC17 logo and event poster. I would like to talk to you about how you did the design. Can you answer some questions for this "designer profile"?

BB:What's your name and where do you go to school? What's your rank and your major?

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