We’ll see you at GHC, ISPCS, SWE, and FIE. #NCWITOntheRoad

#NCWITontheroad

NCWIT is always on the road, and we want you to know where to find us. This newsletter includes just a few of the places where NCWIT will be through the end of 2016. Come join us!

(Note: All times and locations are subject to change. Please verify logistics at the conference website prior to attendance.)

Where Can You Find NCWIT?

Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference

October 12-15 // Erie, Pennsylvania
We’re going to Pennsylvania for the 46th Annual FIE Conference, focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. Join NCWIT for the “Teaching Teachers to Teach Diverse Students in Computer Science: Content and Resources for In-person and Online Delivery” panel on Saturday, October 15 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.

Be sure to follow along via social media using the hashtag: #FIE2016.

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International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Space Flight (ISPCS)

October 12-14 // Las Cruces, New Mexico
From Pennsylvania, we’ll head out west where the NCWIT team will take part in ISPCS. This Symposium is a dialog between speakers and the audience that captures the growth and diversification of the global commercial space industry in short powerful talks. NCWIT Research Scientist Brad McClain, as well as Entrepreneurial Alliance and Pacesetters Program Director Jill Reckie will join several sessions, including:

  • WORK TEAMS-No Plan Survives First Contact // Wednesday, October 12 // 3:30 – 4:30pm
    The good news is that when bias is made conscious, it can be mitigated through effective leadership and systematic creation of an inclusive company culture.
  • The SUMMIT: The Power of Inclusion // Friday, October 14 // 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
    After many years of collaboration, Jonathan Firth of NCWIT Entrepreneurial Alliance Member Virgin Galactic (VG) and ISPCS Curator Pat Hynes saw a need for our industry to expand our behavior to devise ways that we can all embrace a more diverse and inclusive workforce. They created The SUMMIT to enable our industry to be a part of this intentional evolution. Whether you are involved in a startup or work in an established company, the challenges for work teams continue to evolve. We choose to view the challenges as opportunities to grow and continue to improve the way that we do business and interact with each other.

Be sure to follow along via social media using the hashtag: #ISPCS.

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The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC)

October 19-21 // Houston, Texas
Inspired by the legacy of Admiral Grace Murray Hopper, GHC is designed to bring the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront. And once again, NCWIT will be there!

Remember to follow along on social media using the hashtag #NCWITAtGHC and #GHC2016.

NCWIT’s 2016 GHC conference participation is generously sponsored by Electronic Arts Inc. (EA), Bank of America, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and HP Inc.

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sySTEMnow Conference

October 25 // Milwaukee, Wisconsin
There is no rest for us following GHC! From Houston, we head to Milwaukee for the 13th Annual sySTEMnow Conference where more than 275 representatives from business, K-12, higher education, and government sectors will gather to focus on STEM talent development and education. NCWIT CEO and Co-founder Lucy Sanders will be front and center:

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The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Invent It Build It Expo

October 29 // Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Then, it’s back to Pennsylvania for SWE Invent IT Build It! SWE, Girl Scouts, WGBH’s Design Squad Global, Techbridge, and the ExxonMobil Foundation have teamed up for the 7th annual Invent It Build It Expo. Visit NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Program Manager Ammi Ludwick at the NCWIT Booth where she will have NCWIT resources for parents, teachers, and students (middle and high school tracks).

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IT Leadership Conference

November 7-8 // Lincoln, Nebraska
NCWIT kicks off November in Nebraska at the IT Leadership Conference at the University of Nebraska’s Innovation Campus. The IT Leadership Conference explores issues and opportunities for women in IT — from recruiting and developing to retaining future leaders. NCWIT Research Scientist Brad McLain will be the keynote speaker on Tuesday:

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