NWrWIC 2012

Conference Planning Committee

Jenny Langlois Student WSU-Vancouver Co-Chair
Pamela Harrison Software Developer Co-Chair
Ron Tenison Oregon CSTA Co-Chair
Marea Cobb Student WSU-Vancouver Project Manager
Tamsen Galloway Entrepreneur Speakers Chair, Industry Relations
Peter Drake Lewis & Clark College Financial Arrangements

NCWIT Awards Planning Committee

Jo Oshiro Oregon University System Awards Committee Co-Chair
Ron Tenison Oregon CSTA Awards Committee Co-Chair, Judge
Pamela Harrison Software Developer Committee Member, Judge
Peter Drake Lewis & Clark College Financial Arrangements, Judge
Tamsen Galloway Entrepreneur Industry Relations

Special Help and Thank You’s

Rane Johnson Microsoft Research
Warren Harrison Portland State University
Vicki Zberg WSU-Vancouver
Dr. Dick Lang WSU-Vancouver
Kate Ringland Student WSU-Vancouver Website
Stephanie Nelson Student WSU-Vancouver Marketing

Photographer: Hal Harrison, Rose City Photography

Program Planning Ideas Groups

Ellen Momsen and her Oregon State University Engineering and Computer Science Students
Jenny Orr and her Willamette University Computer Science Students
The NCWIT 2012 Aspirations Award Winners High School Students

College Support

Lewis & Clark College
Oregon State University
Pacific University
Pacific Lutheran University
Portland State University
University of Oregon
University of Washington
Washington State University-Vancouver
Willamette University

Job Fair Industry Supporters & Panelists

Cambia Health Solutions
Columbia River Society of Women Engineers
Elemental Technologies
PSU Chapter of SWE
Microsoft Saturday Academy
Puppet Labs
Oregon Health Sciences University
Thetus Corportation
Webtrends
Allergan
WebMD
ZyLAB
IBM
IntelUS
Bancorp
Urban Airship

Links to Microsoft ChronoZoom Project

Microsoft hopes you will share it with your teachers and students. They would love to hear your feedback, once you experience ChronoZoom, at the bottom right you will see Take the Survey. In this survey you will vote for features, help them with navigation and also help prioritize the next set of capabilities in the tool. They hope to have 500,000 responses by end of the summer to guide them in their development. To learn more about the tool and the partnerships please open the Blog link above. You will also find links to the tool, tutorial, user guide and lesson plans. Rane hopes you enjoy the experience.

Thanks to Our National and Community Supporters

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