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Saturday
Apr 13, 2013
BGSU ACM and BGWIC Spring Picnic
BG City Park

This weekend is the last event of the semester for the BGSU ACM student chapter and Bowling Green Women in Computing (BGWIC).

We will be celebrating the graduating seniors, eating great food, and having a great Saturday with your favorite programming friends!

The menu will include a grill out with kabobs, chips, drinks, and fruit salad.

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Thursday
Jan 30, 2014
Enterprise Business System (SAP)
BGSU Overman Hall

Hear Bethany Ruiz from The Andersons discuss her knowledge regarding An Enterprise Business System (SAP). Ms. Ruiz is also a professor here at BGSU as she teaches a course in MIS. Food and drinks will be provided

By BGSU ACM and BGWIC.

Tuesday
Mar 4, 2014
Design 101 for Developers
BGSU Hayes Hall

Lacking confidence about your design skills as a developer, or just want to learn how to create better designs for your websites or software applications?

Come to BGWIC's next event, "Design 101 for Developers," this Tuesday at 6:00pm in Hayes 114!

Emily Kardamis, a student from the Digital Arts department, will be presenting on what makes a design work, and how to create one that works for your project!

Any person with an interest in this topic is welcome.

Monday
Apr 18, 2016
BGSU Women in Computing - Cisco
BGSU Business Administration Building

Representatives of Cisco will speak on leveraging technology in a fast-paced market where start-ups are challenging many corporations.

  • Doug Good VP, Engineering and Architectures
  • Cindy Goodwin-Sak, Director of Strategy & Operations, WW Systems Engineering and Technology

BGSU Women in Computing is a student organization sponsored by the Department of Computer Science. The BGWIC mission is to support the unique needs of female students pursuing a degree in Computer Science by providing professional development, social networking, and community involvement opportunities in a collaborative, empowering environment.

Wednesday
Apr 5
BGSU Women in Computing - Hyland Software
BGSU Business Administration Building

Come out and hear from Rebecca Sullivan and Tori Brenneison, who are both developers at Hyland Software! Their presentation is described as "writing clean, maintainable code, with some life lessons for new developers who might be interacting with huge existing codebases"