Michigan State University Women in Computing (MSU WIC) is an organization of students and faculty (both men and women) who work to recruit, support, and retain women in computing fields. If you are interested in computing, we would love to see you at our next meeting! We host many events during the semester including tech talks from visiting companies, Lean In Circles, Girl Scout workshops, web development workshops, social events, and more. Check out our calendar and events below to keep up to date or like us on Facebook by searching MSU WIC.
WIC's general meetings and Lean In Circles take place nearly every Tuesday from 6pm-7pm in 2400 Engineering Building. Whether you are a freshman or senior, we would love to see you at our meetings. WIC also hosts a number of social events every semester, so watch out for special announcements regarding those events!
WIC members participate in a number of outreach programs such as organizing after school STEM clubs at local high schools and technology workshops. WIC members also participate in outreach initiatives hosted by MSU's College of Engineering. We hope that these outreach activities have impacted our local community by increasing interest in computing among girls and also increasing their confidence in their ability to learn. If you would like to get involved in any of WIC's outreach programs, please contact email@example.com.
If you'd like to reach out to us for any reason, you can email our president, vice-president, treasurer, outreach chair, or corporate relations chair. To reach WIC's advisors, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In today's technology-filled world, Computer/Information Security is a hot and important topic. To learn more about developments in this field and current opportunities, we will have a panel of representatives from Cisco, Duo, and MSU Information Security who will be talking about their work, sharing their experiences, and answering any questions you may have!
Are you curious about what graduate school is? Are you trying to figure out if industry or research is a better fit for you? We will have a panel of MSU computer science graduate students who will be sharing their experiences and answering any questions you may have!
Food will be provided!
What better way to celebrate the beginning of fall than a trip to the cider mill?! If you are interested in going to Uncle John's Cider Mill with Women in Computing on Sunday, October 9th, please fill out the form below as we will be coordinating rides for those who need them. Have a great weekend!
Interested in giving tech talks, marketing your company, or helping students attend conferences? Consider becoming a corporate sponsor of WIC! For more information about sponsorship, contact email@example.com.