Girls can do IT
Victoria Rammer, Martina Gaisch und Gabriele Traugott leiteten den KinderUni-Workshop
According to our Third Mission, the three female scientists Claudia Probst, Kristiana Roth and Christiane Takacs presented their research topics in January 2021: modern agriculture and genetic engineering, changing needs because of covid-19 and statistical pitfalls. Find out more about the evening talks at Welser Wissenschaftlerinnen virtuell im Welios (German only).
The event series "Frauennetzwerk@FHOÖ" ("Women'sNetwork@FHOÖ") was coined to connect all employees of the FHOÖ, no matter which profession, and give them a platform where they could exchange ideas and experiences. The main target audience are women working in administration, research and teaching, but male colleagues are very welcome as well. Find out more here! (in German only).
The Assistant's and Secretarie's Workshop of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria aims at facilitating networking possibilities across all four schools of the University. Once yearly all assistants meet at one of the four schools to discuss relevant topics and get new input according to a targeted thematical main focus. Find out more here! (German only)
Girls can do IT - Girls are using the Children's University as a springboard for their route into the "Technical World!"
By using the title "Girls can do IT - Coding and App-Development with Girl Power" the supervisors of the workshop tried to get as many girls from 12 to 15 on board as possible. That worked fantastically, as the webinar was booked out after a few minutes already. The girls did not only get an idea of how broad informatics and be and how many different professions are possible in this area, but they also experienced how easy and exciting coding can be. Find out more here! (in German only)
"Girls just love IT!" - Sheconomy – Die neuen Seiten der Wirtschaft, 4/2020, S. 25 (German only)
Within the framework of the 7th Future Forum "Powerful Women. Powerful Province - Women design the future" on September, 26th 2020, Victoria Rammer MMA and Susanne Schaller MMSc chaired the event "Why artificial intelligence does not work without diversity" and pointed at problems that arise from male oriented ICT-world. Find out more here (German only): HTL-Schülerinnen zu Besuch in Hagenberg and KI Workshop macht Schülerinnen Mut für IT-Karriere, as well as in our regional media: Tips Freistadt and meinbezirk.at