Mentoring Makes MAGIC for Middle and High School Girls (part 2)

Hey all, Just as I promised, here’s more info on MAGIC. I was very impressed by the women on this panel. But the facts of the MAGIC project are just as interesting (and potentially motivational). As a quick note, I just finished watching part of Randy Pausch’s presentation on Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams, and […]

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New Investigators: Theory & Systems

Sherlock: Tracking Down Propagating Problems in Distributed Systems This presentation addressed next generation issues with tracking down problems within a distributed system. Watching the presenters interaction with the audience after the event I am sure that she and her team have gained some new connections. That is one of the impressive joys of the Hopper […]

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Girl Geeks in High School – Technical Experiences of Future Inventors

The following are the impressions of the above panel by the three presenters. Enjoy! —— I was very nervous to speak on the Girl Geeks in High School panel. However, it was actually really fun, partially because I enjoy public speaking. We took questions from the audience and spoke about the role of high school […]

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An Introduction to Intrusion Detection

An Introduction to Intrusion Detection Presenters: Carol Taylor, University of Idaho, Carrie Gates, Computer Associates I walked into this session with some localized knowledge about Intrusion Detection Systems and walked out with a general overview of the industry and academic state of the art and history of IDS. In that respect this panel was a […]

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