Participate!

 
 

There are a number of ways to participate at ChiWIC 2012!

All submissions due October 23, 2012. You can submit several proposals if you like.  To submit, visit our submissions page or see below.

Students can create any of the following:

 
     
 

Poster
Posters are very easy to do. They are typically used to present interesting class projects, undergraduate/graduate research, internships, service learning experiences and works-in-progress.

  • Posters can be 24"x36" or 36"x48". We will provide three-fold cardboard poster holders for you to present your poster. Horizontal posters would fit best on the cardboard holders.

To do a poster, please submit an abstract

Need help getting started? Click here for helpful ideas

 

Lightning Talk
A Lightning Talk is a mini presentation, lasting only five minutes. Topics range from a class project, research, inside information on how to survive a computing major, programming tips, ideas on how to create a successful women in computing group, etc.

To do a lightning talk, please submit an abstract

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Birds of a Feather
These are informal discussion groups where people with common interests can talk about a specific issue or topic area. BoFs can be led by anyone to discuss anything related to computing, academia, industry, or women in computing.

To lead a BoF session, please submit an abstract

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Presentation
If you have been involved in a research project, internship, co-op, service-learning, or other interesting experience related to computer science or information technology, this is an opportunity to share that experience with others and perhaps inspire them to pursue similar opportunities.

To do a presentation, please submit an abstract