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Name Location Start Date End Date Description
Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in ComputingSan Francisco, CaliforniaApril 3rd 2011April 5th 2011The program includes stellar invited speakers, a student poster competition, a daylong Doctoral Consortium, a session featuring a choice of attractions unique to San Francisco, a gala banquet and dance, and many exciting networking opportunities.
Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in ComputingBaltimore, MarylandOctober 3rd 2012October 6th 2012This event is a series of conferences designed to bring the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront. Presenters are leaders in their respective fields, representing industrial, academic and government communities. Leading researchers present their current work, while special sessions focus on the role of women in today’s technology fields, including computer science, information technology, research and engineering.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)Boston, MassachusettsFebruary 14th 2013February 18th 2013This is one of the most important general science venue for a growing segment of scientists and engineers who are interested in the latest advances as well as multidisciplinary topics and the influence of science and technology on how we live today.
SIGCSEDenver, ColoradoMarch 6th 2013March 9th 2013SIGCSE continues the long tradition of bringing together colleagues from around the world to present papers, panels, posters, special sessions, and workshops, and to discuss computer science education in birds-of-a-feather sessions and informal settings.
CMU OurCS Conference 2013Carnegie Mellon UniversityOctober 18th 2013October 20th 2013Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science (OurCS) is a research focused conference that provides opportunities for undergraduate women to work on exploratory problems in teams led by researchers from industry and academia. Read about its impact in the following articles: 2007  2011