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.
Sign up to join our tour of Uber's NYC office!
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April 19, 2019 from 2:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Want to experience yourself an Escape the Room challenge?
Well then we've got the perfect chance for you and a group of friends to take on a mind stimulating and co-op experience.
April 26, 2019 from 3:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Old Computer Science Room 2120/2311
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.
Aruna Balasubramanian is an Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University. She received her Ph.D from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where her dissertation won the UMass outstanding dissertation award and was the Sigcomm dissertation award runner up. She works in the area of networked systems. Her current work consists of two threads: (1) significantly improving mobile Web performance and (2) improving the usability and privacy of mobile systems. She is the recipient of a Ubicomp best paper award, a VMWare Early Career Award, a Computing Innovation Fellowship, a Microsoft Graduate Research Fellowship, and the Applied Networking Research Prize. She is passionate about improving the diversity in Computer Science and runs a Girls Who Code Club, founded the WPhD group for Women PhD students at Stony Brook, and is the faculty advisor of the Women in Computer Science (WiCS) group at Stony Brook.
Stony Brook University Department of Computer Science