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The Women in Tech Conference (WiTCON) at Florida International University generates overwhelming enthusiasm in the FIU community
The first-ever Women in Tech Conference (WiTCON) at Florida International University (FIU) is set to take place on March 24th, and has already generated overwhelming enthusiasm within the FIU community. The event is being held at FIU’s main campus in
Women can do what with computing? Students learn different ways computing is intertwined with everyday fields at Break Through Tech Miami’s Summer Guild Workshop
Twenty FIU students from diverse majors and backgrounds came together over a five-day workshop with one common interest: to explore how computing can be a career for them. Break Through Tech Miami’s inaugural Summer Guild took place at FIU’s PG-6
FIU partners with Break Through Tech to increase diversity and gender equality in Miami’s tech ecosystem
Florida International University’s (FIU) College of Engineering and Computing Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Science (KFSCIS) has partnered with Break Through Tech to develop programs that will propel women and underrepresented communities into technology degrees, careers and leadership positions. Part of the Gender
Last month, the Knight Foundation hosted a town hall focused on advancing innovations in tech education and talent development through policy and public-private partnerships. Speakers included: Governor Deval Patrick, co-commissioner, Future of Tech Commission; former Governor of MassachusettsJaffus Hardrick, President,
FIU is part of a partnership with SoftBank Group International to prepare students to work with tech startups booming in South Florida. “SoftBank sees Miami as a future technology hub for the world, and that future starts with education,” said Marcelo
Cities like New York City, San Francisco and Seattle have long been considered the top tech hubs of the nation. Though Miami’s major industries continue to be tourism and finance, the city is emerging as an international tech hub. Talent