Interview with Justine Sherry

Women@SCS recently did an interview with Justine Sherry to go with the November Student Faculty Lunch. This project is part of the Women@SCS Student-Faculty Lunch Series, through which we hope to encourage conversations between students and faculty, as well as provide students with additional mentorship and learning opportunities. Read the full interview here!

Student-Faculty Lunch with Dilsun Kaynar

Women@SCS is hosting the February Student Faculty Lunch on Monday, February 26th, with Dilsun Kaynar,who is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Computer Science Department as SCS. She teaches 15-150, an introductory functional programming course that all CS majors and minors take, and also does research in formal methods, verification, security, and programming languages.

Women@SCS mentioned in Seventeen magazine

Women@SCS has been featured in the 2018 Cool Schools list in the March/April issue of Seventeen! The editors pointed out our Sisters program for undergraduate mentoring and the work our organization has done for gender balance in computer science. You can read more about it here or pick up a copy of the magazine!

Graduate Student Panel

On Thursday Feb 15, we held a panel to hear from our female SCS graduates about their graduate student experience! All questions were welcome, and this was a great opportunity for undergraduates to learn more about what is it like to be a graduate student or why they should go to grad school.