Here is a list of resources or opportunities that I find myself recommending to others on a regular basis. Enjoy!
Applying to an undergraduate institution?
- My tips to writing great college application essays. (And some interviewing tips too.)
- Check out (but don't stress out about) College Confidential.
- Apply to the universe's #1 Honors College.
Trying to find a (computing) internship?
Wanting to investigate undergraduate research?
- Check out my slides, "What even is computing research anyways?"
- My Guide to Getting a UG Research Gig!
- Apply to be a Washington University in St. Louis Summer Engineering Program Fellow. (link coming soon)
- Apply to MIT's MSRP.
- Apply for all the NSF REUs!
- Or apply to CRA-W's DREU!
Interested in increasing diversity in STEM?
- Check out NCWIT's resources. They are abundant and more importantly, data driven.
- Check out the work Technolochicas is doing.
Wanting to go to a really awesome conference?
- Apply to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Scholarships.
- Go to WeCode (and apply for a scholarship!).
- Attend the Carolinas Women in Computing Conference.
- Attend the Stanford Undergraduate Research Conference.
Going to the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing?
- Here are some tips from Maribeth Bottorff and I! (Some links may be out of date, but you should do a search for the most recent ones!)
Wanting to learn more about...
- Game theory?
- Theory of Computation?
- Coderisland's YouTube Channel (A good introduction.)
- Michael Levet's Notes (A note from Michael: "These notes emphasize the material from the perspective of algebraic combinatorics and include a solid exposition on groups and group actions." A note from me: I generally recommend these note to my junior/senior level friends enrolled in a theory of computation course.)
- Artificial Intelligence?
Applying for a national fellowship?
- Check out INFO from USC's Office of Fellowship and Scholar Programs.
Applying to graduate school?
Just looking for some links to enjoy?