Kentucky Community Colleges Women in Computing

Come celebrate with us!

4th KYCC-WiC Celebration - 2019


2017 Registration is
Closed Apr. 7, 2017

Registration for the 2017 KYCC-WIC celebration is closed. The next one will be held in 2019.

Rates Jan. 6, 2017

$15 for college students
$50 for faculty and professionals
$15 for high school students
$15 for high school teachers and counselors

For high school teachers or counselors who have registered 10 students, contact
Cindy Tucker or Melanie Williamson before registering the teacher/counselor to obtain a unique discount code.

Call for posters is
ClosedApr. 7, 2017

The call for posters is closed for 2017.

2017 Conference Announcement Apr. 7, 2017

Thank you for celebrating with us this year, we hope you all enjoyed it. The next celebration will be held in 2019. We hope to see you all there!

Watch for the Tri-WIC registration to open in 2018. Click here for more information about the last Tri-WIC celebration.

If you are interested in hosting a conference feel free to contact Cindy Tucker or Melanie Williamson.

Call for participation is
Closed Apr. 7, 2017

Call for posters is closed for 2017. Keep those ideas for the next celebration in 2019. We hope to see you there!

Celebration Mission

This conference serves as an extension of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) of Women in Computing celebrations. KYCC-WiC is the first community college centered regional conference. Our goal is to continue the primary mission of ACM while reaching out to the community college family. This family is intended to include faculty, students, and businesses that rely on the community colleges to prepare women for today’s technology fields.

This conference will be a place where our community can collaborate, network and celebrate the contributions of women in computing.

Call for Posters

Open to All Students - Proposals Required

Students are encouraged to submit posters on research, class projects, internships, community service, and experiential learning activities. Poster sessions allows students to discuss their work with conference attendees in a very informal setting. The goal is for students to gain experience and confidence in public speaking while sharing their work. Students teams (1-5 students) may present a poster proposal.

Posters should be no larger than 24”x36”. Community College and University posters will be judged separately. For tips on preparing a conference poster visit: Poster Design Tips

In an effort to increase research and poster presentations by community college students, Microsoft Research has provided funding for monetary prizes for community college poster winners. The first-place community college student team (up to 5 team members) will recieve $200 each and a free one-year ACM student membership.

To submit a proposal, complete the following form: Proposal Form