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MINK WiC Conference

Oct 15 - Oct 16
Kansas City, MO

Join us for the Missouri Iowa Nebraska Kansas Women in Computing conference in Kansas City, MO! Learn more here: or

This is a great opportunity to meet female peers in computing disciplines at other universities, gain new technical knowledge, network with professionals, and apply for internships and career opportunities. Travel is generously provided by the CIS Department, and registration fees will be paid by our...

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Miriam A Cox commented on the event Engineering Student Organization Fair!

Engineering Student Organization Fair!

Friday, Aug 28, 1 pm
Engineering Complex (Fiedler Hall/Rathbone Hall)

Hey all!

Come stop by our booth at the Engineering Student Organization Fair TODAY! We've got information about some of our upcoming events, speakers, and a nice chocolate treat for those who stop on by. Get involved, and don't forget to pick up some delicious Call Hall ice cream from the ESC booth at the front!

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Miriam A Cox

Hope to see you there!

Munch & Mingle

Tuesday, Feb 10, 12:30 pm
Nichols Hall Library (Room 233 in CIS Department)

Good morning, Ladies (and friends)!

Join the ACM-W today in the Nichols Hall Library (room 233, in the CIS Department) for a delicious lunch provided by our local Indian restaurant, Dancing Ganesha! This is a great opportunity to meet other women in computing and programming courses at K-State and to get connected. At the event we'll provide information on scholarship opportunities, volunteer efforts, activities, and more.  We'll see you there!

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ACM and ACM-W Hour of Code

Wednesday, Dec 10, 5 pm
Nichols Hall (CIS Computer Labs)

The K-State Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the K-State ACM Women in Computing (ACM-W) chapters are hosting an 'Hour of Code' at K-State and we invite you to volunteer!

The 'Hour of Code' is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week [] and [] to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming. You can find more information online at...

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LED Bracelet Making Workshop & Alumni Visit: Heather Pekrul

Wednesday, Nov 5, 12 pm
Nichols Hall 233 (CIS Library)

Come meet K-State CIS Department Alumni, Heather Pekrul and join the ACM-W for a bright night making electronic LED (Light-Emitting Diode) bracelets from scratch!

Heather graduated with a Bachelor degree in Information Systems (IS) in 2011. She currently lives with her husband and two cats and works as a Web Developer at Lifted Logic in Overland Park, Kansas. Stop by to meet Heather and learn about her experiences as a woman in computing!

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ACM-W Winter Luncheon

Wednesday, Dec 3, 12 pm
Nichols 233

As our last meeting of the Fall 2014 semester, come enjoy a winter lunch with K-State Women in Computing! Vegetarian options are available.

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Biosecurity Research Institute (BRI) Tour

Wednesday, Nov 19, 3:30 pm
Nichols 126 (Carpool) / 1041 Pat Roberts Hall (Destination)

The Biosecurity Research Institute is a guarded facility located on the north end of Kansas State University in Pat Roberts Hall (across from the REC). Join us during this unique opportunity to meet Will Baldwin, BRI Information Technology Officer, as he tours us through the facility!

"The Biosecurity Research Institute (BRI) at Pat Roberts Hall on the Kansas State University campus is a unique biocontainment research and education facility.  The BRI supports comprehensive...

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