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Carleton University Women in Science and Engineering

http://cuwise.blogspot.com

CU-WISE Blog
  • The Grace Hopper Celebration: A Conference Not to Miss! by Daniella Niyonkuru
    The Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) of Women in Computing is the world's largest conference gathering of women technologists. If you are in computing, you definitely need to attend this conference at least once in your life! Last yea...
  • Building Your Own Legacy by Daniella Niyonkuru
    The 2015 edition of the WISE National Conference took place last weekend at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. This year's theme was "Build Your Own Legacy". Many speakers shared their insights about this topic. In this post, I will share one of...
  • Lunch and Lecture with Dr. Angelica Lim by Bronwyn Skelley
    I don’t know much about robotics. I thought it was still a very futuristic thought, only to be seen in science fiction. I recently attended the lecture Lunch and Learn with Dr. Angelica Lim. Dr. Lim is a fascinating woman, who greatly repr...
  • Feel Good Tips and Tricks by Sarah Kealey
    Hey everyone!I hope you are all surviving your midterms. The “Feel Good” week we had early this February (along with my own battle with the sudden flood of midterms and labs and assignments) has inspired me to do a little segment here ...
  • About Tech Interviews by Daniella Niyonkuru
    If you are interested in working for top tech companies such as Google, Apple, Microsoft, or Facebook [Don’t you dare to say that you are not good enough!], you will probably have to go through a technical interview [ Read here why Tech...


Cameco NSERC Prairie Chair WISE Blog

(University of Saskatchewan)

http://wiseblog.usask.ca/