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The Computer Society partners with various communities and promotes others that provide Diversity and Inclusion resources and networking opportunities.
IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE)
IEEE Women In Engineering (WIE) supports the inclusion of a diverse set of speakers which will lead to more creative, interesting and representative panels across the IEEE. IEEE WIE pledges to end same-sex panels at all IEEE meetings, conferences and events, including our own. Visit WIE.
Currently, women only earn 18% of computer science bachelor’s degrees in the United States. In an effort to encourage women to participate in a male-dominated field, their team crafted a guide with resources to support their journey. It is their goal at ComputerScience.org to support young women as they begin their journey in the computer science field. Visit ComputerScience.org
Women in CyberSecurity (WiCys)
We are pleased to announce that we have executed an agreement with the Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) organization to cross-promote their annual conference with our Security & Privacy Symposium. WiCyS is making great strides for women and we’re thrilled that we’ve been able to partner with them. WiCyS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in cybersecurity. They bring together ~1,500 students, faculty, government, and industry practitioners at their annual conference. Visit WiCyS.
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