Includes meeting minutes, flyers, mentorship materials, door signage, and related materials.
Stanford Women in Computer Science was founded in 2012 to achieve three broad goals: raise awareness about issues faced by
women in computer science; provide aspiring computer science professionals with tools to compete; and encourage more women
to pursue computer science.
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