WiCS | Stony Brook University

Women in Computer Science

Stony Brook University

We are an organization whose mission is to provide encouragement and support to women, both graduate and undergraduate, in the field of computing. We aim to foster understanding between men and women in Computer Science and to improve women's involvement in the field. We hold events, both academic and social in nature, and work with other groups and the Computer Science department.

We are an official ACM-W chapter.

Upcoming Events

WiCS Presents Intro to Android Studio

Friday, September 25th 7pm – 8pm

WiCS will be presenting the workshop, "Intro to Android Studio" at SBUHacks 2020. Join and watch our workshop live at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhYZIJAWkBc&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2Y0WbvNXgxU7xIHrE7gDWQscAqccRydzqxAk7ArRLjOvhx_FZFPjzIQ2Y&ab_channel=SBUHacks

Also, register for SBUHacks for other workshops and activities. If you register, you will get notified immediately when our workshop starts. Register for SBUHacks here: https://sbuhacks.org/

Evening with the Industries

Wednesday, October 7th 7pm - 9pm

Collab with: SWE, WiCS, TBP, NSBE, Theta Tau Network with professionals from various companies! Seats are limited, so register asap! Register here: https://bit.ly/3kEdz63

Virtual Fall CS/IT Networking Mixer

TBD, stay tuned for updates!

September WiCSter of the Month

Sydney Walker

Please meet our September WiCSter of the month, Sydney Walker!

Sydney is a sophomore majoring in computer science and mathematics with a master’s in mathematics education. With these degrees, Sydney plans to become a high school computer science teacher to inspire young women to pursue STEM careers. Sydney’s passion for introducing others to STEM led her to become a mentor for the MERIT Scholars Program that was created to increase the retention of women in the Stony Brook CS Department. Sydney is also a TA for CSE 220, the lead programming mentor for Ward Melville High School’s robotics team, and an instructor for the STEP Introduction to Python course that is designed to introduce underprivileged and underrepresented minorities to STEM. In addition, Sydney is a mentor for the University Scholars PALS program, runs her own mask business to help keep our campus safe, and is an RA in Wagner College. When she’s not volunteering her time, Sydney enjoys rock climbing, reading, yoga, and hanging out with her friends.


2019-2020 CEAS Student Leadership Awards

- Organization Awards -

Best Organization

Most Outstanding Event - Hour of Code

- Individual Awards -

Best Emerging Leader - Regina Wong

2018-2019 CEAS Student Leadership Awards

- Organization Awards -

Most Outstanding Event - HackHealth

Outstanding Organization Recognition

- Individual Awards -

Student Leader Recognition - Kitty Liu

Best Student Leader - Melanie Logan

Best Emerging Leader - Arpita Abrol




Cynthia Lee

Vice President

Tina Wong


Anna Zhang


Regina Wong

Graphic Designer

Jo Gao

Public Relations Secretary

Katheryn Martinez Hernandez


Christina Low

Event Committee Chair

Sabrina Yang

Event Committee Member

Arpita Abrol

Event Committee Member

Fiona Tong

WiCS Advisor

Aruna Balasubramanian


Stony Brook University Department of Computer Science

If you're interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us at wics@cs.stonybrook.edu.