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Raven Avery, CSE Advisor:



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If you are taking 142 or 143 and interested in how women contribute to technology, we invite you to join CSE 190a!

** To register for next quarter (Spring 2009), click here. **

** To view the Spring 2009 web site for this course, click here. **

The seminar explores the experiences of women studying and working in computer science and engineering. We'll talk about "real world" applications of technology, from digital entertainment to improving lives in developing nations. The course is experience-based: we'll view demos of current CSE research, talk with students and alumni, and visit a local company.

Computer science and engineering are valuable tools for many career paths -- this seminar can help you explore your interests, whether you're headed to med school, a game design studio, or are still exploring.

Open only to students enrolled in CSE 142 or 143.

CSE 190a, linked to CSE 142 and 143 | Winter 2009

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March 3
March 10
First day of class!

Field trip to Google!

Current women in technology Exploring Majors: Attend panel! Discussion: Issues in technology

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Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington
Box 352350
Seattle, WA  98195-2350
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