GHC: Poster Presentations and Grants — Submit!

Tina Pratt of the Anita Borg Institute is inviting you to not only attend the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing, but to present a poster as well. Can’t afford to attend, but find your interest piqued anyhow? Read on: there’s the possibility to attend for free.

The mission of the Anita Borg Institute (anitaborg.org) is connecting, inspiring, and guiding women in computing with each other and organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative.

By attending the Grace Hopper Celebration (gracehopper.org) for Women in Computing (GHC), students have the opportunity to Grace_Hopperconnect with resources that can help them find jobs, internships, and academic programs in computing.

So why might you want to submit a poster presentation?

Students can present their work to other women in the field and expand their network of potential collaborators. They may also inspire future research ideas.

Submit to present at the poster session @ http://gracehopper.org/call-for-participation/ 

Submission Deadline: March 14, 2014

GHC Scholarship Grant recipients will gain visibility and be connected with leading technical organizations who are grant sponsors. Grants cover registration, meals, and lodging expenses for attending. It also includes a reimbursable travel award. Undergraduate, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and faculty are encouraged to apply. Faculty grants cover conference registration only.

Learn more and apply @ http://anitaborg.org/awards-grants/ghc-scholarship-grants/ 

Application Deadline: April 16, 2014

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Image provided via {http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Hopper}

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