Tag Archive: Women in Technology

Superheroes, spaceships, and social wearables: An immersive, social STEM camp for middle school girls sparks interest, builds confidence in STEM

Girl with robot toy

By Melissa Weckerle. Live action role play (LARP) combined with social wearable technology, materials worn on the body that are computationally coded and can support social interactions, provides an impactful social activity for young girls and engages them in…
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LEAP Ahead: UCI Holds Its First Leadership Program for Women in IT

Photo showing women in IT

By Kristen McIntyre. UCI’s first leadership certificate program for women in technology has officially completed its inaugural spring cohort. Named LEAP, the program stands for leadership, equality, allies & presence, and is designed for those in information technology and STEM roles…
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‘Empowered Women Empower Women’ is Mantra of ICS Alumni Chapter’s WomXn’s HERstory Panel

By Shani Murray. To all the aspiring women in STEM out there, know that there is a group of alumni from UCI’s Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences (ICS) who have your back. On March 5, 2021,…
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Register Now! Feb. 24 WIT at UCI Allyship Webinar

WIT at UCI: Allyship that Makes an Impact

Register now for the virtual event, Allyship that Makes an Impact: How to Support Women in IT on Wednesday, February 24, from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. Karen Catlin, a leadership coach, speaker, and author, will deliver the keynote about…
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Register Now! March 12 Women in Tech Symposium

UC Women in Technology Initiative Symposium 2021

The 5th annual Women in Tech Symposium, an all-day virtual event taking place on March 12, is now open for registration. The symposium is the flagship event of the Women in Tech Initiative at UC. This year’s theme…
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UC Women in Tech Session: Mentorship and Sponsorship

Jenn Stringer, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer for the University of California, Berkeley

Don’t miss the annual UC Women in Technology Committee’s featured session, during the final Virtual UC Tech, on Tuesday, January 26, at 3:30 pm. Jenn Stringer, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer at UC Berkeley, will…
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Register to Attend the UCI Women in Tech Panel

Women in Tech Virtual Panel: New Environments, New Opportunities

Event: Altered Environments, New Opportunities Date: Thursday, September 10, 2020 Time: 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Register now for the inaugural event of UCI Women in Tech, Altered Environments, New Opportunities. The panel will feature UC IT leaders in a…
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Q&A with Camille Crittenden: Champion of Women in Tech

Camille Crittenden, executive director of CITRIS (Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society).

Describe your role with CITRIS and the Banatao Institute?  I am fortunate to serve as executive director of CITRIS (Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society), whose mission is to create information technology solutions for society’s most pressing problems. I also co-founded the  Read more about Q&A with Camille Crittenden: Champion of Women in Tech

UC Women Rock IT – Part 3

Photo graphic for the University of California, celebrating Women's History Month.

Read about some of the remarkable women in IT at UC. Compiled by members of the UC Women in Technology Committee, this list, installment three of three, is just a sampling of the range of accomplishments that UC women in tech contribute – every day, every year   Kathy Huang, application developer, Information…
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