An increased knowledge of and greater interest in the contributions of women in the science, design, development, construction, languages, management, and applications of modern computing.
Improvement of the learning and working environments of women in computing.
Increased recruitment and retention of women in computing throughout the pipeline including activities for girls K-12, undergraduate and graduate students, and professionals, especially at Indiana University Southeast (IUS) and in the surrounding community.
A means of communication between persons having an interest in computing and women in computing.
Provide social activities and networking opportunities for students and professionals.
We are open to any currently registered and enrolled student of IUS. Associate membership will be granted to IUS staff and faculty members, as well as, members of the surrounding community who are dedicated to the purpose and mission of our group.