I’d love to partner with some folks here in the US NYC metro-region on getting some Ada Lovelace Day events in motion.
Sorry JennF, I’m in old York
I hope as the forum picks up in numbers you’ll find someone to team up with
I’ll put a link in the newsletter and see if anyone is interested. I’ve also tweeted this thread. However, I have noticed in the past that people don’t tend to get organising quite this early!!
This is the first time I have seen your February message.
Hofstra University is doing it’s second Ada Lovelace Day program on Long Island. Prof. Julia Markus of our English Department has a book, “Lady Byron and Her Daughters,” coming out for Ada Lovelace Day, and we expect to feature her in our program (http://news.hofstra.edu/2015/07/07/biography-by-julia-markus-to-be-published-on-ada-lovelace-bicentenary/).
Elizabeth.Scott at hofstra.edu
Here is an update to our July message.
Hofstra University is holding its second Ada Lovelace Day program on Long Island for 2015. Danielle Horowitz, a 2005 Hofstra Department of Computer Science graduate, will be our speaker for this year’s Ada Lovelace Day.
Liz Scott for the
Ada Lovelace Day committee
Department of Computer Science