Women in Technology Have More at Indiana University.
Whether you already consider yourself a techie woman or you’re taking your first steps into the world of technology, the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) is the place for you.
This is where you can discover what a career in technology has to offer you. Where you can connect with other techie women at IU in our student, faculty, and staff groups. And where you can find the tech pathways that will open the doors to the job of your dreams.
Techie women really do have more. And this is your proof.
CEWiT graduate assistant Meghan McGrath has recently accepted a job at IBM, and will start in June as a User Experience Designer. McGrath said her experiences with CEWiT helped her pave a path into the tech world.
CEWiT's Research Experiences for Undergraduate Women program (REU-W) and the Women in STIM Living-Learning Community (STIM Floor) were recently featured in IU Office of the Provost videos.
On April 17, 50 student researchers presented their research in the first annual Achievements of Women in STIM poster competition. This was an interdisciplinary competition and all women, graduate and undergraduate, whose research connects with or utilizes technology, science, informatics, or math were invited to present their research.
Dr. Mary C. Murphy, assistant professor at IU Bloomington, was recently awarded a $2.2 million National Science Foundation grant to explore the influence of hidden signals on women’s success in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
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