Women in Computer Science @ Tufts University

Connecting and supporting women and femme nonbinary individuals studying Computer Science at Tufts.

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  • Connecting Women in CS

    Do you giggle when someone mentions interesting algorithms? Do you wish you could meet other people who love the way sublime looks? WiCS wants to help you meet people like you. And more importantly, women like you.

    Find out why WiCS rocks!

  • Providing a Network of Opportunities

    We all know how import connections are within the working world today. Meet someone who has a full-time position at Google and you're one step closer to getting one yourself. WiCS helps establish those networks.

    Find out why WiCS rocks!

  • Supporting All Members Endeavors

    Perhaps most important is the support that WiCS offers. If you're working on your own side project, tell us! We'll be sure to spread it to all of our members and maybe provide you a helping hand!

    Find out why WiCS rocks!

WiCS Network

Use your fellow WiCS students and alumnis as resources to meet professionals and establish connections.

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Create relationships with other female coders and work on projects and assignments or even attend a hackathon together.

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Office Hours

Sometimes the world of CS can be overwhelming, WiCS is here to help you along your journey whenever it gets tough.

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    Winnona DeSombre - President
    Winnona is a senior in the School of Arts and Sciences, double majoring in both Computer Science and International Relations. She can talk to anyone about cyber security until the heat death of the universe, and is a TA for the Tufts Computer Security Class (COMP 116) for the fall of 2017. She lives in business casual and makes great Korean food.
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    Margaret Gorguissian - Underclassman Representative
    Margaret is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences. She is majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Science, Technology, and Society, (which is more anthropology than technical!) and would love to talk to you about the cultures surrounding computer science. In her spare time she power lifts, bakes, and trawls Twitter looking for memes.
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    Maggie Veltri - Vice President
    Maggie is a junior in the Tufts University/New England Conservatory of Music, double majoring in Computer Science and Cognitive and Brain Science and minoring in Economics at Tufts while majoring in Vocal Performance at NEC. She loves IoT, Machine Learning, and AI. She is a member of the sailing team and ATO of Massachusetts and serves on the eboard of Tufts SAAC.
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    Maddie Payne - Alumni Relations Officer
    Maddie is a comp sci major from London. In her spare time she enjoys writing sports articles for the daily and eating cheese.
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    Kalina Allen - Professional Development Officer
    Kalina is a senior in the School of Engineering. She hopes to help CS students get callbacks and feel comfortable during interviews. She is a big believer in belief in oneself (we got this!!) In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, painting, climbing, and swimming in the ocean.
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    Haomin Feng - Outreach Chair
    Min is a junior in the School of Engineering. She likes to spend her time cooking, jogging and doing yoga.
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    Anne Oursler - Logistics Officer
    Anne is a senior in the School of Arts and Sciences. She loves coding, learning, and running. In her spare time she hangs out in coffee shops and uses the Bray Labs Makerspaces.
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