Many thanks to everyone that participated in the Gender and Computing Panel on March 10th! A lot of interesting topics were discussed and we hope to continue the discussions in future events.
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What? As a celebration of the International Women’s Day (March 8th), we are having a lunch panel at the Department of IT, on March 10th, to discuss topics related to gender and computing. This is a joint initiative of the Gender Equity Group and the Uppsala University ACM-W Student Chapter (UU ACM-W). The panel is targeted at both staff and students.
The event will consist of two parts: first, presentations of 10 minutes from each panelist on their chosen topics (detailed below); second, questions to the panelists and other interactions with the audience. Both parts are open for all interested students and staff. A short break will be taken between the first and second part, so that those who have to leave at 13:00 may do so.
Panelists, and their topics for the seminar, are:
- Ingela Nyström (Head of Division): “Gender Balance at Work: the Case of Vi2”
- Åsa Cajander (Gender Equity Group Coordinator): “The Gender Equity Group at the Department of Information Technology”
- Nadia Röning (UU ACM-W Chair): “The UU ACM-W Student Chapter: Goals and Plans”
- Joseph Scott (PhD Student): “Being a “Male Ally””
Where? ITC room 2247
When? Tuesday the 10th of March from 12:00 to 14:00
Who? You and everyone you know that is interested in this topic
Let us know that you are coming and whether you would like lunch provided for you by filling in this form. You can also join our Facebook event and spread the word here. For any questions, do not hesitate to contact Virginia at: firstname.lastname@example.org