First Prize win for Wuraola

Frist Prize Winner Wuraola JinaduWe are proud to announce that Wuraola Jinadu in the MSc Computing Information Engineering  Jan 2011 class won First Prize for her poster at the BCS Women Lovelace Colloquium in Bath.

The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium is a national one-day conference for women students in computing and related subjects. BCSWomen is a BCS Specialist Group that provides networking opportunities for all BCS professional women working in IT around the world. The Group’s main objective is to provide support for female IT professionals, as well as mentoring and encouraging girls/women to enter IT as a career.

 

Well done Wuraola!

 

Professor Ian Allison, Head of School of Computing

Update 23-04-2012 

Wuraola also got a mention in Computer Weekly WITsend BCSWomen Lovelace 2012: Event Report