Fall 2021

Spring 2020

Fall 2019


Info Session                                                           OurCS workshop          GHC 19 conference     Tapia 19 Conference

Fall 2018


Info Session: Summer Opportunities                                      GHC 18 Conference

  • The Earlham College ACM-W Student Chapter held a Summer Opportunities Info Session in CST 103 on Dec 5, 4-5PM, 2018. A group of CS junior and senior students shared their personal experiences from technical internships, research opportunities, and how they landed the job. For more details, please click the link.
  • Three students (Chau PhamShana Y. WeissmanThuy Ngoc Thai) from our ACM-W student chapter attended the GHC (Grace Hopper Conference), September 26–28, 2018 in Houston, TX.

Fall 2017

InWIC (Indiana Women in Computing)

Spring 2017

  • Shana Y. Weissman and Ahsan A. Khoja held an Optimization Workshop in CST 303 on March 11, 2017.  In this workshop, different ways of optimize you work and study were shared, which including Email optimization, Linux commands, Text editors and Vim, Browser Extensions, Other Windows and Mac softwares.

Fall 2016



Summer 2016

  • We submitted an application to NCWIT for 2016 Student Seed Fund – Start-Up Funding Award.

Spring 2016

  • We organized weekly meetings for students in the chapter every Monday at 7-8PM. We shared important opportunities for conferences and scholarships. We discussed how to involve more female students, how to attract freshman to take CS courses, how to collaborate with high/elementary schools and introduce CS knowledge to girls in these schools.
  • We organized an on-campus event: screening of the movie  CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap in room 103 of the Center for Science and Technology from 4-7 PM on March 26th, 2016.
  • We launched the Earlham College ACM-W Student Chapter on Feb 17, 2016 with 10 students from different disciplines. Deeksha Srinath is the president, Flannery Hope Currin is the vice president of this student chapter. Xunfei Jiang is our faculty sponsor.