Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing

Ada’s Team is excited to announce that in partnership with the Computing Science Department we will be sending a delegation of students to the Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing (CAN-CWiC).

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On January 22, 2016 our delegation will arrive Ottawa along with hundreds of women in tech from all across Canada.

“CAN-CWiC 2016 will unite technical women from across Canada for networking, mentoring and planning for Canada’s technical future.  The conference will inspire women at all points in their careers – from first year students to senior technical women with years of industrial experience.   The career fair will provide an excellent opportunity for companies to recruit technical talent from across Canada.”                                                                                           – CAN-CWiC


Ada’s Team is also excited to announce that Ghazal Jangani, Ada’s Team VP CAN-CWiC, is a finalist in the IBM programming challenge that will take place at the conference on January 22, 2016. We are very proud of her!


The conference schedule is as follows:

Friday January 22nd

8am-5pm: IBM-TD Programming Challenge – by invitation only
1pm-5pm: Meeting of Computer Science Faculty

University of Ottawa Advanced Research Center Rm 349

15 Templeton Street at King Edward

6pm:  Reception
6:30pm: Dinner and Keynote speech: TBD – IBM
8:30pm: Social Event

Saturday January 23rd

8am: Breakfast and Welcome and Keynote speech: Jennifer Stott – RBC

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12-2pm: Lunch and Career Fair

Poster Session

Grad Forum

Computer Science Education Policy – Jennifer Flanagan

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4:15-5:15pm: Panel Discussion:

​A Day in the Life of Women in Computing

​Audrey Girouard – Carleton University

Susan Ibach – Microsoft

Kelly Lyons – University of Toronto

Amanda Shiga – Nonlinear Creations

5:15-5:30pm: Closing

We would sincerely like to thank the Computing Science Department for their continued support. This conference was funded in part by the University of Alberta Computing Science Department.

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