Celebrating women and tech
We are excited to welcome students, faculty, and staff back to campus this fall. In an effort to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be identifying specific office hours for public access, pivoting to primarily virtual programming, and taking recommended social-distancing precautions as outlined by IU’s Return to Campus guidelines. We encourage everyone to visit IU’s Fall 2020 website for more information.
We remain committed to standing in solidarity for equality, equity, inclusion, and justice and being effective advocates and positive change agents for Black People. True to our mission, we will continue to seek opportunities for how our Center can leverage technology for positive impact on our community.
6,000+Student, faculty, staff, and alumnae affiliates
224Workshops offered during the 2018/19 Academic year
1,260Student affiliates in non-STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) majors
Every company these days is or is becoming a tech company, and every employee must have a modicum of tech skills. The IU Center of Excellence for Women & Technology can help guide and support you through this journey to career opportunity, help you build and grow a network of support to last throughout your career. Take advantage of it.Mike Langellier, President & CEO, TechPoint
IU Bloomington offers a wide variety of tech classes each semester. Click "Find a tech course" to learn more about your options, including:
181 Tech courses at IU BloomingtonFind a tech course
With your help, we can rewrite the story of women in technology. Gifts of all sizes from both individuals and corporations are important and appreciated. Corporate partners can also benefit from opportunities to network with and hire IU's talented alumnae or directly sponsor one of the Center's initiatives.