We are an organization whose mission is to provide encouragement and support to women, both graduate and undergraduate, in the field of computing. We aim to foster understanding between men and women in Computer Science and to improve women's involvement in the field. We hold events, both academic and social in nature, and work with other groups and the Computer Science department.
We are an official ACM-W chapter.
Come to the annual Thanksgiving event co-hosted by SBCS and WiCS! This year, we are opening up the event to a potluck so you can bring your own dish.
If you are interested in contributing to the potluck, please fill out the form here.
Don't worry though - we will still be providing plenty of food on our end. There will also be games so invite your friends and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal with everyone before break!
Location: Old CS 2120
Date and Time: Nov 17, 7PM
Join the Facebook event to RSVP.
Interested in computational neurobiology?
Nir Shavit, a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT will be giving a lecture as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series this Friday in NCS 120 at 2:30PM. After his lecture, there will be a student panel discussion where students can interact informally with Nir. Nir is an inspiring speaker and nice to talk to, so don't miss out on this opportunity to meet with him!
If you are interested in being part of the student panel, RSVP HERE!
Location: New Computer Science Bldg Room 115
Date and Time: Nov 17, 2:30PM
For more details check out the Facebook event.
Door of Clubs is a new site that is built for finding jobs, internships and sponsorships for our club. Companies are posting their open positions on this website and the recommendations are tailored to your interests! Building a profile is simple and only takes a minute. Please use this link to sign up and upload your resume. Door of Clubs will also sponsor us if we hit 50 members, so please sign up! This will greatly help us for our upcoming events for the semester.
Stony Brook University Department of Computer Sciencewics@cs.stonybrook.edu.