Jan G.

2007 Systers Pass-It-On Award Winner

Project Title:JanGoddard

Give Yourself a GIFT: G(irls) I(n) F(uture) T(echnology)

Project Description:

This award will be used to attract more female students into enrolling in computer science courses.

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Barbara E.

2007 Systers Pass-It-On Award Winner

Project Title:BarbaraEricson

Hispanic Outreach Initiative with Georgia Tech and the Girl Scouts

Project Description:

Due to a National Science Foundation grant and an Atlanta Women’s Foundation grant Georgia Tech computing students have been introducing girl scouts to computing in an attempt to encourage interest in the field.

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Erin D.

2007 Systers Pass-It-On Award Winner

 

Project Title:ErinDonohue

Women in Computer Science at DePauw University

Project Description:

WiCS, Women in Computer Science, has a very important year coming up. We plan on building up the organization and working to recruit and retain women in this male-dominated field.

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Connie J.

2007 Systers Pass-It-On Award Winner

Project Title:ConnieJones

IT’s a Girl Thing!

Project Description:

NUCIA (Nebraska University Consortium for Information Assurance), within the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) College of Information Science & Technology (IS&T), in conjunction with Girl Scouts, will be offering a week long technology summer day camp to girls, ages 11 to 17 years of age.

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Maile U.

2007 Systers Pass-It-On Award Winner

Project Title:MaileUrbancic

Building Tech-Girls with Rebuilt Computers

Project Description:

Young women who come from low-income backgrounds encounter numerous challenges entering technical, computer-related fields. One basic obstacle facing high-school aged girls who show technical aptitude is the lack of access to quality personal computers.

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