Faculty are invited to mentor a novice undergraduate student in research as part of the CEWiT Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women (CEWiT REU-W).
The CEWiT Women's eMentor Program offers two unique opportunities to match female students with trained IU alumnae mentors based on professional aspirations, common interests, and background.
Participants had the opportunity to present a poster about their research, receive feedback from judges, network with other women researchers and compete for prizes.
Katie was nominated by Assistant Professor of Informatics Norman Su, who wrote, “Katie is a tireless activist for women in STEM".
Ricci was nominated by three different peers who also work at UITS’ eLearning and Design Services.
Her work has allowed the group to restructure and grow well beyond the expectations of CEWiT. They’ve hosted two major events and a mini career fair in the fall.
CEWiT celebrates the launch of over 100 mentoring relationships this term.
“I never wanted to be a computer scientist, let alone a computer science professor,” says Cranor before her talk earlier in the month. She now teaches computer science at Carnegie Mellon.
Undergraduate students with little to no experience in informatics learn tech basics and develop tech-centered projects.
Meet CEWiT’s Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
After participating in CEWiT’s REU program, Annie Lynch co-authored a paper about her research that will be published this month.
CEWiT celebrates its 4th anniversary this month.
Sarah Perfetti, MPA '11, co-founded Be Golden, a Bloomington event dedicated to inspiring and empowering women.
CEWiT launches IU Advocates and Allies Program to involve male faculty in promoting equity.
More than 200 students have begun the process of participating in the new CEWiT Mentor Collective program.
The Mentor Collective at CEWiT is offering two unique programs to match female students with trained IU alumnae mentors based on professional aspirations, common interests, and background.
Check out an infographic that celebrates some of the most successful women in technology and business, while also highlighting workforce composition, female founders, and how companies can prioritize retention of women.
CEWiT is seeking IUB faculty, staff, students, and alumnae to join our new CEWiT e-Panel.