“You are the best and brightest young female scientists in EECS and we are proud to host you! We want you to showcase your passion for research, education, and creating societal impact. Come and inspire us all!”
Department Head of ECE, CMU
“We are excited to welcome you to Carnegie Mellon University for the Rising Stars Workshop to join some of the most talented women in electrical engineering and computer science. This program is designed to deliver strong academic presentations and informal sessions aimed at helping to build your social capital to better leverage your ongoing development.
Rising Stars is in important leadership and development program to help to change the equation and bring more women into positions of influence and leadership. "
James H. Garrett, Jr.
College of Engineering Dean, CMU
“The Rising Stars in EECS workshops is an exciting opportunity that brings the brightest women in field together for collaboration and innovative thinking.”
Director of CMU Faculty for Success
A career-building workshop
for women in EECS
“I am excited that Carnegie Mellon is hosting Rising Stars this year and pleased to welcome you to our campus. We are honored to have you here because we believe you are destined to become leaders in engineering and computer science. On that note, I've got good news and bad news for you. The bad news first: being in your position is a big responsibility. Technology is one of the best bets for getting the planet through the 21st century and, as future thought and organizational leaders, it's all on your shoulders. The good news is that I can't imagine a more rewarding and interesting career!”
Dean, School of Computer Science, CMU
“Welcome Rising Stars to Carnegie Mellon! We look forward to sharing our academic career experiences, and to learning about your interests and accomplishments in Computer Science and Engineering!”
Department Head, Machine Learning Department, School of Computer Science