Rochester Institute of Technology
Women in Computing
About Us

Women in Computing is dedicated to promoting the success and advancement of women and all gender minorities in their academic and professional careers.

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Spring Meeting Times
General Meeting
WED • 6:30PM - 7:30pm • GOL-2400
Events Committee
Outreach Committee
Public Relations Committee
Allies Committee
WiCHacks Committee
Projects Committee
Upcoming Events
Co-op Series Form
Inclusivity Feedback
Member Highlights
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Asia Woodside
Alumni, Computer Science
WiC taught me leadership and gave me a community. [...] The opportunities and networking alone played a huge role in who I am today. It inspired me to be a part of creating a place of comfortability to allow for more diversity. WiC gave me the confidence to be a face of encouragement because if I can do it, you can too and have fun while you're at it! Read More
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Laura Corrigan
Alumni, Computer Science
Our After Hours program is one of my favorite events and was a key factor in my decision to attend RIT. As an incoming student, it’s truly eye-opening to see how many fellow women in computing there are, both current and potential students. This event is where I was first exposed to WiC and met many people who are still my friends today. Read More
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Kiersten Reina
Computer Science
My favorite WiC event is Afterhours. I met my current roommate and best friend at this event and I had so much fun doing the scavenger hunt and catapult challenge. I think that it is a great opportunity for potential female students to get to know the organization and see what wonderful things WiC offers. Read More
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Shannon McHale
Computing Security
The upperclassmen wanted me to succeed. Every time I felt unsure or overwhelmed they would pick me up and tell me I’m smart and remind me that I belong at RIT and in cybersecurity. They showed me how to network, brought me to conferences and introduced me to alumni. I have even had WiC members offer me their free time to make sure I get through my homework. Read More
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Dominique Molee
Computing and Information Technologies
WiCHacks has definitely deemed to be the most impactful event to me as a woman in STEM. As one of the organizers, I get to meet and interact with plenty of existing WiC members, as well as new faces and sponsors. I love spending the day seeing so many female students passionate about programming, it never fails to be an unforgettable experience. Read More