"We are thrilled to be hosting CWIC-SoCal, the first Celebration of Women in Computing in southern California, a continuing and
growing hotbed of the computing industry. We strive to build a community of young women and potential mentors in the region,
fostering new support relationships along with igniting new collaborations."
- Debra Richardson, University of California–Irvine
"The Northwest Regional Women in Computing conference will provide an exciting link between the Grace Hopper Regional Consortium and the National Center for Women & IT Aspirations Awards for high school girls. A large number of young girls will attend the conference—a fact that is so important to increasing the eventual number of female college computing majors."
- Gloria Townsend, Founder, Grace Hopper Regional Celebrations Project
"CAPWIC is an exciting opportunity to bring together women in computing in the area surrounding our nation's capitol. The 2012 theme is Team Up for Success. We will be celebrating women working together to excel in computing. Come join us to learn, connect and explore new opportunities."
- Lorraine M. Parker, Virginia Commonwealth University
"We are so excited to celebrate, share information and support the women in computing here in the tri-state area. Young women
who have experienced isolation in this field can now meet mentors and peers who share experiences and aspirations for future
collaborations. We welcome you to our second celebration here in beautiful western Kentucky!"
- Brenda Wilson, Murray State University
"This regional meeting…will bring together students, faculty, and technology leaders from across Minnesota and
neighboring states to discuss the role of women in today's computing and technology fields, share experiences and strategies for
success, and explore issues common to women working in these fields."
- Maria Gini, University of Minnesota
"Come and join us for the second Carolinas Women in Computing conference to be held in South Carolina's capital city, Columbia,
SC. Modeled after the International Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference, CWIC is a low-cost, regional
conference providing similar professional and social support, but closer to home!"
- Madeleine Schep, Columbia College and Paige Meeker, Presbyterian College
"It's difficult to comprehend how the original small regional celebration (INWIC 2004) has cloned conferences from Southern
California to Minnesota to South Carolina to New York, but all these conferences and many, many more now exist. For our 5th INWIC,
one of our original Indiana speakers, Katie Siek, will return as a keynote from University of Colorado at Boulder."
- Gloria Townsend, DePauw University
Founder, Grace Hopper Regional Celebrations Project
"There are so many fabulous technical women in this area that I have met and more that I hope to meet. TRIWIC is the perfect opportunity to bring together women students, academics and professionals from the Louisville-Lexington-Cincinnati region to celebrate, learn, share and explore. Please join us!"
- Maureen Doyle, Northern Kentucky University
"The FIRST computer programmer was Ada Lovelace, a woman. Some of the most important computer programmers were the top secret Rosies: the female "computers" of WWII. We need more women in CS today!"
- Jan Pearce, Berea College
"We cordially invite you to attend the first ever TNWiC, where you can befriend fellow women in computing, and celebrate your achievements and aspirations, while surrounded by colorful autumn leaves, waterfalls, and Southern hospitality at Fall Creek Falls State Park!"
- Ambareen Siraj and Martha Kosa, Tennessee Technological University
"MINKWIC will bring together students, faculty, and technology leaders from across the four states to establish networks based on shared interest and experiences, to discuss the role of women in today's computing and technology fields, and to explore issues common to women working in these fields."
- Carol Spradling, Northwest Missouri State University and Judy Mullins, University of Missouri-Kansas City
"NYCWiC will bring together undergraduates, graduate students, and professional women from around New York State to share experiences and strategies for success and celebrate accomplishments and dreams."
- Jen Goodall, University at Albany, New York; Valerie Barr, Union College, Schenectady, New York; Mary Anne Egan, Siena College, Loudonville, New York; and Sharon Mason, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
"MICWIC is becoming a great bi-yearly spring tradition. Women in high schools, academia, and industry look forward to this exciting networking event and opportunity to celebrate Michigan women in computing."
- Fatma Mili, Oakland University, Rochester Hills, Michigan
"If you can't afford to attend Grace Hopper this year, join us at OCWIC! We'll be enjoying a relaxing weekend at the beautiful Mohican Lodge surrounded by 6,000 acres of Mohican State Forest. Learn something, have fun, meet people at OCWIC!"
- Rachelle Kristof Hippler, Bowling Green State University Firelands, Huron, Ohio
"There are many wonderful computer science women in the South—now we can celebrate together with the first regional conference in the Southeast…CWIC!" moreColorado Celebration of Women in Computing, 2nd Regional Celebration, CCWIC 2010
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"There are many women in computing fields in the Upper Midwest, but we've never had a celebration like MinneWIC where high school students, college students, faculty, and professional women can share ... " moreIndiana Celebration of Women in Computing, INWIC
"The goal of the Indiana Celebration of Women in Computing (InWIC) conference is to provide a low cost, regionally-tailored, small conference for women in computing who ... " moreMidwest Celebration of Women in Computing, MIDWIC
"MidWIC, or Midwest Women in Computing, is a conference that provides special networking and presentation opportunities for aspiring female computing professionals. Women students meet with ... " moreMichigan Celebration of Women in Computing, MICWIC
"Thank you to all the presenters, planners, participants, and sponsors who helped make MICWIC 2009 such a fantastic opportunity! On April 3-4th, 2009, approximately 120 people, including ... " moreOhio Celebration of Women in Computing, OCWIC
"The First Colorado Celebration of Women in Computing (CCWIC) is a regional meeting modeled after the highly successful international Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). The goal of CCWIC ... " more