ACM-W Europe Newsletter
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Kathleen Richardson, Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI at De Montfort University, Leicester will open ACM Celebration of Women in Computing: womENcourage on October 4th at 9:15 AM.
Radha Narayan, Software Engineer at Google since 2005 will give the second keynote address at 9AM on Friday October 5th.
Looking forward to both of these keynote addresses.
ACM Celebration of Women in Computing:
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HiPEAC Computing Systems Week Registration is open.
Register to attend the student challenge and check out the Job Wall during the event. @CSWAUTUM18 Click here.
ITforSHE Programming workshop for kids, Poland
On August 20-24 at the Kosakowskie Cultural Centre, ITforSHE presented free classes teaching programming in cooperation with the Polish-American Freedom Foundation to children aged 8 years and older. The project aims to integrate a group of young IT students, thereby stimulating the children's imagination, helping them discover the cyber world and to show that programming is for everyone. It also builds confidence while the students are having a fun experience.
The goal of the ITforSHE program is to help talented women studying IT with entering the job market. It includes: Europeâ€™s biggest themed camp for young women in IT â€“ Women in Tech Camp, a mentoring program at the best technology companies and a volunteering campaign in small towns. encouraging children to learn programming.
ITforSHE sends active young women studying IT to small towns in summer, to teach programming and tech knowledge at schools. Its goal is to increase interest in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) area among children, to promote women in the role of technology experts and to activate their social potential. We see the result of this program in this workshop.
During the workshop the children learned programming using Building Lego Mindstorms, Be Creo and Dash-Dot. What is more, they can try to use 3D printer and design their own projects. As you can see from the video all of the children had a wonderful time.
Check out this video.
Gender Gap in Science: Last Call
The 2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists has been launched on May 1st, 2018 and will be opened for answers until October 31st, 2018.
Click here to complete the 2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists.
You are welcome to forward this link to the survey to your colleagues, men and women. Invitation letters to participate in the survey are available here in: English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish and Arabic.
ACM Local Celebrations of Women in Computing
If you are planning a Celebration that will take place between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019, please fill in this Registration Form.
All Celebrations are expected to join the Celebrations Facebook page
If your event is not registered by July 31st, 2018, we cannot guarantee funding.
Contact Wendy Powley WENDY@CS.QUEENSU.CA if you have questions about support and funding.
ACM Awards and Advanced Grades of Membership Deadlines
Celebrating Accomplishments of ACM Women in Europe
Each year ACM recognizes outstanding achievements of its members through awards that cover a spectrum of professional and technological areas and different stages of professional development.
Following the mission of ACM-W to foster women participation in the field of computing, ACM-W Europe invites the community to welcome and recognize accomplishments of ACM Women in Europe who made significant contributions through their technical and professional excellence.
Advanced Grades of Membership Deadlines:
Nominations are due January 15, 2019 for the following ACM awards:
Please refer to the ACM Awards website for:
For SIG-specific Awards, please visit the SIG Awards page.
Thank you for joining us in recognizing accomplishments of ACM Women in Europe and ensuring they are nominated for ACM Awards they deserve.