Monthly Archives: February 2011

The TechWomen Program

I was recently invited to be on the Selection Committee for the TechWomen Program, and completed the review process with my fellow committee members on Thursday. For those not familiar with TechWomen, it is a mentoring and exchange program funded … Continue reading

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Empowering Women in STEM at OSU

When I joined the OSU Open Source Lab, I knew I wanted to spend some of my time working with students outside of the Lab to help them accomplish their educational and career goals, but I didn’t have a good … Continue reading

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Students: Submit Poster Sessions to the Upcoming Humanitarian FOSS Symposium

Just a quick note to let all my student friends know that the Humanitarian FOSS Symposium is providing travel grants and registration fee waivers to students whose posters are accepted for presentation at the conference. Instructions and poster submission form … Continue reading

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