Women, computing and women@CL. Mateja Jamnik Computer Laboratory University of Cambridge Co-director of the women@CL project Thanks to EPSRC, Univ. of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, Microsoft Research, Intel Cambridge Research, CMI, OII, Newnham College Cambridge. What are the facts?.
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University of Cambridge
Co-director of the women@CLproject
Thanks to EPSRC, Univ. of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, Microsoft Research, Intel Cambridge Research, CMI, OII, Newnham College Cambridge
Schools: accessible and gender neutral, but often boring and equated with office skills
Work: negative images such as nerdy, aggressive, dull
Failure to communicate:
What computer science is and why it is important
Computing can be exciting, rewarding, challenging; can lead to social careers; accommodates career breaks, flexible working
The variety of clearly differentiated computing careersWhy so bad in UK?
All people will be comfortable and feel able to ask questions or comment at any time. People will feel that the channel is a sociable and friendly place.
funded by EPSRC: co-directors
Prof. Ursula Martin and
Dr Mateja Jamnik
EPSRC, Microsoft Research Cambridge, Intel Cambridge Research, University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, Newnham College Cambridge, Cambridge-MIT Institute, Oxford Internet Institute, British Computer Society
CC4G is all about making technology fun.
We leave all the boring stuff to the boys.