ACM-W is the student chapter of the international Association for Computing Machinery Committee on Women, whose mission is to engage in activities and projects that aim to improve the working and learning environments for women in computing. This includes promoting activities that result in more equal representation of women in CS such as mentoring or role modeling, monitoring the status of women in industrial and academic computing through the gathering of statistics, providing historical information about women's accomplishments and roles in CS, and serving as a repository of information about programs, documents, and policies of concern to women in CS. Membership is open to all students interested in furthering this mission, male or female, grad or undergrad. Events include hosting speakers, trivia nights, bowling, watching old computer movies and eating good food.
Minority Engineering Program (MEP)
MEP strives to ensure that talent s of underrepresented ethnic minorities are included in the engineering profession. The program works to expand participation of underrepresented ethnic minorities in the College of Engineering as well as within the engineering profession. Services a re offered to students who are enrolled in the College of Engineering and to prospective students.
Women in Engineering (WiE)
The Women in Engineering (WiE) Program at The Ohio State University was established in 1979 in order to increase the participation of women within the engineering profession. The WiE program fosters a supportive learning environment and culture within the College of Engineering and beyond. In partnership with corporations, faculty, studen ts and alumni, educational and community organizations; WiEs mission is to work as a change agent to increase the number of women pursuing engineering degrees and entering the workforce as engineering professionals. The WiE network includes innovative and exciting programming to introduce girls to engineering opportunities and to support women in reaching their full potential.