cplong: The future is here. Are you ready? Re:Humanities ‘12:…



cplong:

The future is here. Are you ready?

Re:Humanities ‘12: March 29-30, 2012 sponsored by Bryn Mawr, Haverford, & Swarthmore Colleges. Re:Humanities is the only national digital humanities conference of, for, and by undergraduates. Supported by the three colleges and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the conference invites undergraduate researchers to present original contributions to the developing field of digital humanities — applying traditional humanities questions to computing technologies, and vice versa.
The key is rooting it in rigorous humanities scholarship.

cplong: The future is here. Are you ready? Re:Humanities ‘12:…



cplong:

The future is here. Are you ready?

Re:Humanities ‘12: March 29-30, 2012 sponsored by Bryn Mawr, Haverford, & Swarthmore Colleges. Re:Humanities is the only national digital humanities conference of, for, and by undergraduates. Supported by the three colleges and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the conference invites undergraduate researchers to present original contributions to the developing field of digital humanities — applying traditional humanities questions to computing technologies, and vice versa.
The key is rooting it in rigorous humanities scholarship.

GIRLS WHO CODE SUMMER 2012

GIRLS WHO CODE SUMMER 2012:

About Girls Who Code

Founded in February 2012, Girls Who Code is working to educate, inspire, and equip underserved girls aged 13-17 with the skills and resources to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

 The Girls Who Code program is an eight-week summer program in New York City designed to introduce high school girls to basic software development skills and is accompanied by yearlong outreach initiatives, mentorship programs, and internship opportunities to realize each participant’s potential.

Eligibility

Candidates that meet the following eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply:

1. Girls aged 13-17; must have completed freshman year of high school by Summer 2011

2. Participants must commit to attending the full 8-week program in New York City, M-F, 10-5pm

Instructions

Please complete the following application no later than May 15, 2012.

GIRLS WHO CODE SUMMER 2012

GIRLS WHO CODE SUMMER 2012:

About Girls Who Code

Founded in February 2012, Girls Who Code is working to educate, inspire, and equip underserved girls aged 13-17 with the skills and resources to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

 The Girls Who Code program is an eight-week summer program in New York City designed to introduce high school girls to basic software development skills and is accompanied by yearlong outreach initiatives, mentorship programs, and internship opportunities to realize each participant’s potential.

Eligibility

Candidates that meet the following eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply:

1. Girls aged 13-17; must have completed freshman year of high school by Summer 2011

2. Participants must commit to attending the full 8-week program in New York City, M-F, 10-5pm

Instructions

Please complete the following application no later than May 15, 2012.