Track A: "Graduate School: What and Why" Valentina Salpura, Susan Bridges, Monica Anderson, Anja
Track B: "Recruiting and Retaining Women in Computing" Gloria Townsend, Leslie Jensen-Inman, Ruthe Farmer,
Track C: "Thriving in a Man's World" Vidya Setlur, Mary Patterson, Pooja Sankar, Erin Ed Donahue, Crystal Davis
9:00 - 9:45 pm
Jewelry Fun with April Crockett Activity Session: "Scientific Clue" Caroline Rempe and Reka Keleman, UT
10:00 - 11:00 pm
Activity Session: "Programmable Dance" Caroline Rempe and Reka Keleman, UT
Saturday, October 15th
7:00 - 8:00 am
Breakfast: Dining Hall
8:00 - 9:00 am
Distinguished Speaker Dr. Valentina Salapura "A Smarter Planet for a Better Future"
9:10 - 9:50 am
"The Real World: 4 Things They Didn't Tell You" Erin Ed Donahue, Mircrosoft
"Running Parallel Tracks: Family and Grad School" Sally Ellington, UT
"Summer Internships at Oak Ridge National Labs" Sharon Burlingame, PSCC
"Step up to the Next Level" Anja Remshagen, UWG
"Why You Should Do Mobile Application Development" Catherine Elder, Mustard Seed Software
9:50 - 10:00 am
10:00 - 10:45 am
Session I with Invited Speakers
Track A: Erin "Ed" Donahue"Be Awesome. And Hot."
Track B: Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman "Go Forth and Make Awesomeness"
Track C: Carolyn Strobel "Networking - NOW!"
10:45 - 11:20 am
"Gender Differences in IS Professionals' Job Responsibility Descriptions" Deborah Ballou and Brian Huguenard,
"Level the Playing Field for Women with Immediate Immersion into Beginning Programming in a Problem Based
Learning Environment" Janet Jenkins, Cynthia Stenger, James Jerkins, Jessica Stovall, Jordan Davis, and Emilee
Building a Pipeline and a Community of Women in Computing through Enrollment Programs: Jennifer Whitlow
and Christina Gardner, Georgia Tech
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Distinguished Speaker: Dr. Vidya Setlur "Towards Meaningful Depiction"