The first annual New York City Conference for Women Computer Science Students is an all-day event focused on building community and career support for undergraduate women studying computer science and related fields.
The agenda features keynote presentations from leading computer science experts in industry and academia; curated panel discussions on topics pertaining to entrepreneurship, career development, and networking; and networking opportunities for students to connect with industry leaders.
Keynote Speakers (subject to change)
- Bonnie John, Ph.D., Senior Interaction Designer, Bloomberg, L.P.
- Judith Spitz, Ph.D., Verizon Executive In Residence at Cornell Tech (former CIO at Verizon)
- Minerva Tantoco, Chief Technology Officer, New York City
- Margaret Wright, Ph.D., Silver Professor of Computer Science, New York University
Friday, April 1, 2016
8:30am – 5:00pm
11 Times Square
Pedagogy Day is an annual conference hosted at The Graduate Center, CUNY about the teaching of psychology. The one-day conference aims to provide doctoral students with current knowledge, skills, and resources to teach effectively. In its 6th consecutive year, the theme of the conference will be student activism and engagement.
All disciplines are welcome to attend!
Friday, October 30th. 9:00AM – 6:00PM.
Graduate Center, Rm 6304.01
Register online tinyurl.com/Pedagogy2015
Location: CUNY Graduate Center
Time: Sat 10-6pm and Sunday 12-6pm
**Please be sure you have registered below. The building is open, but we will be in an area that requires you check in with security, and show a valid form of ID**
Data Anywhere Workshop: participants will learn how to configure and secure a UNIX server for hosting open (or private) data sets. Step-by-step instructions will be provided for installing a variety of software packages and participants will become familiar with web applications such as nginx, mongodb, and flask. Also, we’ll be covering a bit of Python, and covering some basics of nosql.
This is an intensive workshop is open to participants of any level, including zero! Most important is the desire to learn. The workshop is open to the CUNY community.
More info on Data Anywhere can be found on occupydatanyc.org
Register by submitting the form here.
To celebrate the many great achievements of members this year, Annelies, out very kind alumni member hosted a tea party in the lovely Brookhaven, LI.
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