BEYA STEM global competitiveness conference is scheduled for February 5-7 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC. The theme is “exceeding expectations: path to the future.” Visit www.beya.org for additional information.
ACM Richard Tapia celebration of diversity in computing takes place in Boston, MA on February 18-21. The theme is “diversity at scale.” For details, go to www.tapiaconference.org.
OCWiC Ohio celebration of women in computing takes place at the Lodge at Sawmill Creek Resort February 20-21. For more information, see www.ocwic.org.
MinneWIC upper Midwest celebration of women in computing is scheduled for February 20-21 at the University of Minnesota. For info, contact Maria Gini at firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Engineers Week Foundation holds events nationwide for national engineers week February 22-28. See www.discovere.org for more details.
CAPWiC Capital Region celebration of women in computing is at James Madison University in Richmond, VA on February 27-28. Check capwic.org for details.
INWiC Indiana celebration of women in computing is slated for February 27-28. See details as they become available at inwic.tech.purdue.edu.
MICWiC Michigan celebration of women in computing takes place on March 20-21. Details TBA at www.cse.msu.edu/micwic.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is holding its annual convention, “innovation and excellence reimagining your future,” in Anaheim, CA on March 26-29. Details are at www.nsbe.org/home.aspx.
Women in cybersecurity conference will be held March 27-28 at the Atlanta Airport Marriott, Atlanta, GA. For additional information, go to www.csc.tntech.edu/wicys.
KYCC-WiC Kentucky Community College – women in computing will be held April 10-11. For the latest updates, see kycc-wic.com.
NYCWiC New York celebration of women in computing is scheduled for April 17-18 at the Crowne Plaza Syracuse. Further details are at
Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology holds its women of vision awards banquet May 14 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA. More information at women-of-vision.org.
WTS stages its annual conference at Swissotel in Chicago, IL on May 20-22. More details as available at www.wtsinternational.org.
Women in Engineering Programs and Advocates Network (WEPAN) convenes its 2015 change leader forum, “transforming culture in engineering education,” June 9-11 at Omni Interlocken Hotel in Broomfield, CO. Click to www.wepan.org.