Back from Hopper, Still Flying

Picture by Katy Dickinson (my mom) [Me in the suit presenting my poster to Maria Klawe, President of Harvey Mudd] Originally uploaded by John Plocher I’ve made some interesting academic changes (see next post) since returning from Hopper, and feel tastefully in control of my life (for now). I planned a successful panel for the […]

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Ignite Talks, GHC 2009

This posts are part of a series of official blog posts I am doing for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. You will find them cross-posted here. – “Opening the house of technology”. That could have been the sub-title of this year’s inaugural Ignite Talks. Yes, there were major differences in approaches (from […]

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Change Agent Awards Panel – sponsored by Google

This posts are part of a series of official blog posts I am doing for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. You will find them cross-posted here. – Below are my impressions from the Change Agents Awards Panel for GHC09, and after that are the official bios of these incredible women. Africa seems […]

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Awesome ACM Post about my Hopper Poster and p4!

Last night I (and my poster for pfour) were randomly selected to be profiled on an ACM blog. Here is the awesome write-up. Presenting the post last night was so much fun! I chatted with students, a president of a college, at CTO of a major tech company, and friends from last year. This female-community […]

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A Cryptographic Solution for Patient Privacy in Electronic Health Records

This posts are part of a series of official blog posts I am doing for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. You will find them cross-posted here. — As someone who has a close family member in and out of hospitals, patient privacy is a significant interest. Melissa Chase (link goes to her […]

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