We are excited to announce that we’re hosting the second annual Women in Technology networking night on Tuesday, February 20 at 6 p.m. All are welcome to join us for a conversation about women working in the technology industry from our guest speaker, Nina Kominiak. This will be a casual speech followed by open questions and networking.
Nina Kominiak is an Apple Consulting Engineer focusing on iOS, macOS, security, privacy and Apple's developer tools for iOS and Mac OS X platforms. She has been with Apple since 2010, greatly enjoying the opportunity to combine her passions - technology, app...
Arpita Dube has always been interested in technology. From her first experiences with programming computers at home, to her current work as a Data Warehouse Analyst she has maintained a love for technology and innovative uses of the mass amounts of data in modern life.
We had a chance to speak with Arpita about how she began her career, her advice on getting involved with technology, and why she is passionate about data in technology.
Can you describe your day-to-day job?
I have nearly 6 years of experience utilizing technology as a Data Warehouse Analyst in...
It is no secret that IT as an industry is constantly evolving. This means that as a university we are constantly evaluating our current systems and ways they can grow and change to meet the growing needs of students and faculty. The process of bringing new services to campus, identifying improvements, and understanding the big picture of IT services employed at the university falls to Tracy Richardson. Her role allows her to collaborate and embrace the growing and changing feild and promote productive change at the Ohio State University.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance...
Java programming. It's more than your normal cup of Joe.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance to sit down with Smith to learn more about her daily job, how she stays up on industry news and what technology she is most excited about.
Hacking has been a hot topic in the news of recent. Here at Ohio State we have a team of security anyalists who keep university systems safe, data secure and policies updated so your information is right where it should be, and nowhere it shouldn't.
Becky Mayse is a Senior Security Analyst with Enterprise Security whose work teaches us new ways to keep our digital lives safe, whether at school or home.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance to sit down with Mayse to learn more about her daily job, how she stays up...
Valerie Rake, Associate Director for eLearning Support is responsible for keeping your favorite learning managment system up and running. Besides managing Carmen , she also watches over tools like CarmenConnect , CarmenWiki , Top Hat , and Mediasite .... to name a few.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance to sit down with Rake to learn more about her daily job, how she stays up on industry news and what technology she is most excited about.
You’re invited to join us on February 7 for our first annual Women in Technology night. Meet up with us, our guest speaker Erica Krumlauf and women working in technology from across the university for an evening of light refreshments and networking.
Engineering a vehicle is not an easy task. Engineering a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro into a performance plug-in hybrid electric vehicle might be more difficult.
M.J. Yatsko is the team leader for Ohio State’s EcoCAR 3 team (link is external) . EcoCAR 3 is a four-year advanced vehicle technology competition that challenges students across 16 universities to reengineer a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro into a performance hybrid vehicle that still maintains safety, speed and consumer acceptability.
We had a chance to talk to Yatsko more about her position with EcoCAR 3 and how she got involved in...
Diane Dagefoerde has nearly twenty years experience utilizing technology as a catalyst to enhance the Ohio State community. As the deputy Chief Information Officer, she manages the people and ideas that drive the tech achievements at Ohio State.
We had a chance to speak with Dagefoerde about how she began her career, what you can do to get involved in technology at Ohio State, and why she is passionate about her career.
Polina Brodsky is the energy storage lead for Ohio State’s student motorcycle team, Buckeye Current (link is external) . We had a chance to talk to Brodsky about what got her into engineering and advice she may have for other young women looking to take the same path.
Can you describe what you do for the team?
I am the team’s energy storage lead. I work on designing and building the team’s battery pack, which stores the bike’s energy and provides DC current to the rest of the components in vehicle’s powertrain.