• 3D Printing Crash Course for Faculty and Staff
    February 16 11:00am
    Interested in 3D printing? Join fellow CEWiT Faculty for this special 3D Printing Crash Course. No experience necessary! This workshop introduces you to (free) software and 3D printing options on campus. This workshop provides an entry-level introduction to 3D printing and design. During this workshop, participants will gain a basic underst more »
  • Java with Java
    February 16 11:00am
    Coffee crawl coffee shops with CEWiT Women Who Code while we code with Java -- No experience necessary! This is a time where we can interact with you and just hang out while coding. We plan to meet at different local coffee shops over the course of the semester. February 16th's meeting will be at the Pourhouse Cafe on Kirkwood Avenue. more »
  • CS Colloquium: Justin Wood, Associate Professor of Psychology, USCDornsife
    February 18 1:00pm
    The School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SICE) CS Colloquium Series Speaker:   Justin Wood, Associate Professor of Psychology, USCDornsife When:  Monday, Feb. 18, 2019, 1:00 pm Where:  Luddy 3166 (Executive Conference Room) Topic:  Reverse Engineering the Origins of Intelligence Abstract more »
  • Social Media, Safety & Dating Apps
    February 18 5:30pm
    The CEWiT Social Media Team is excited to sponsor a discussion regarding safety, dating apps, and social media inclusion just in time for the Valentine's Day candy to go on sale! This event will be and open discussion on dating apps and the culture around them. Join us for a discussion on how to stay safe on dating apps, tips on social more »
  • "Stereotype Threat: How It Affects Your Performance and What You Can Do About It!" Empowerment Lunch & Learn Series
    February 20 11:30am
    Stereotype threat is a well-researched phenomenon that can lead to lower academic or intellectual performance, is experienced by racial/ethnic minorities, women, and others, and can negatively impact mental and physical well-being. It is about the risk of confirming a negative stereotype about a social identity group to which you belong. The goo more »
Tuesday, February 12, 2019