Schedule Overview

See our detailed schedule for more information about presenters, sessions, mentoring breakfast topics, and meeting room locations.

Thursday’s Schedule – Registration begins at 2:30 PM, Assembly Area

3:30–4:20 PM Workshop: Accessible Computer Science Education (Morrison) Panel: Diverse Pathways to Technology: What Careers in Tech Look Like (Golden) Workshop: Resume Tips to Get the Job You Want! (Bergen Park)
3:30-5:20 PM Drone Racing (Mt. Vernon) Makerspace (Green Mountain) Virtual Reality (Lookout Mountain)
4:30-5:20 PM Workshop: Intro to Programming  — Ruby & HTML (Morrison) Workshop: Pitch Perfect: Crafting an Effective Introduction
Workshop: Want to Ace Your Tech Interview? (Bergen Park)
5:30-6:20 PM Poster Fair / Demos / Reception (Assembly Area)
6:30-7:45 PM Banquet and Keynote Address I

Screening of The Computers: the Remarkable Story of the ENIAC Programmers

Kathy Kleinman, ENIAC Programmers Project Founder, Historian and Author, will join us virtually to discuss her work and answer questions. (Lakewood Ballroom)

8:00–9:00 PM Education Fair and Dessert (City Lights I)
9:00–10:30 PM Workshop: Getting Started with FreeBSD (Green Mountain)

Friday’s Schedule – Registration begins at 7:30 AM, Assembly Area

8:00-8:45 AM Mentoring Breakfast (Lakewood Ballroom)
9:00-9:50 AM Plenary Panel: My Path to Entrepreneurship  (Lakewood Ballroom)
9:50 – 10:10 AM Break (Assembly Area)
10:10-11:00 AM Workshop: Using Design Thinking to balance and bridge CS with your other interests (Morrison) Panel: Demystify Your Career (Golden) Workshop: Leading Conversations about Microaggressions, Bias, and Other Nonsense (Bergen Park)
BOF: Imposter Syndrome (Mt. Vernon) BOF: Undergraduate Research Challenges for Faculty & Students (Green Mountain) BOF: Career & Education: When, Where, and Why?(Lookout Mountain)
11:00-11:10 AM Break (Assembly Area)
11:10-12:00 PM Lightning Talks (Lakewood Ballroom)
12:05-1:10 PM Lunch and Keynote II

Navigating the Death Valleys to Reach the Meadows and Mountaintops

Andrea Guendelman, co-founder of BeVisible (Lakewood Ballroom)

1:10-1:30 PM Group Photo (Atrium, weather permitting)
1:40-2:30 PM


Graduate Student Talks 1 (Morrison) Graduate Student Talks 2 (Golden) Workshop: Computer Science Is A Social Justice Issue (Bergen Park)
BOF: Standardization of Education Goals in Data Science-Related Fields (Mt. Vernon) BOF: Project Management (Green Mountain) BOF: Nobody Like Me: Raising Your Voice Without Making A Sound  (Lookout Mountain)
2:40-3:30 PM Graduate Student Talks 3 (Morrison) Graduate Student Talks 4 (Golden ) Graduate Student Talks 5 (Bergen Park )


BOF: Women in Defense: Career Paths and Opportunities (Mt. Vernon) BOF: Career Change 101 (Green Mountain) BOF: THINK LIKE A GIRL! Embracing & Unleashing The Innate Power of the Female Brain In Male Dominated Fields of Study, Management and Industry (Lookout Mountain)
3:45-5:15 PM Career Fair (City Lights I)
5:30-6:00 PM Closing: Awards, Recognitions and Prizes (Lakewood Ballroom)