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A series of social events for women and non binary people interested in tech.

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Network, create and share with friends.

With a less than generous population of women and non-binary people in computing, it can sometimes feel that there is a lack of support and diversity within the industry. This event is for individuals who would like to help build a stronger community at goldsmiths, to share, create and learn.

We would like to ensure that everyone in computing has the opportunity to have an exciting and positive experience whilst studying or researching. Use this event to make friends, learn, and get inspired. We will have talented individuals speak about their careers and experiences as educators, researchers and creators.

We are looking for women and non-binary people who would like to share a short presentation about a topic related to tech or being a minority in tech. We would love to hear from you - no experience is needed, this is a safe place where you can practice! For others, come along and support each other, learn something new, and have an enjoyable evening of networking.

Past events: 21 October 2017, 7 December 2017, 2 February 2018, 15 March 2018, 1 April 2018

4 May - RHB 142.
Tickets available


Every two months


Different room for each event
Goldsmiths, University of London



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What is Lovelace?

Lovelace is a series of socials, talks and workshops for women and non binary people at Goldsmiths who are interested in technology.

Do I need any knowledge?

Not at all - we don't believe knowledge should be a barrier to being part of a supportive community. Our aim is to help everyone grow and get support from others like them.

What should I bring?

Just yourself!

Who is this event for?

This is event is for women and non-binary people at Goldsmiths - whether students or staff, all you need is an interest in technology or other STEM fields.

I'm not a woman or non-binary. Can I attend?

Not this one - this event is only for women and enbies at Goldsmiths. If you don't fit this description, check out our other events which are open to all.

Who is running this event?

This event is run by Hacksmiths, the student-run tech society at Goldsmiths, University of London.

What's the deal with food?

We're providing light snacks and refreshments at Lovelace.

Is there a Code of Conduct?

Yes, and you must agree to it before attending. You can find it here.

How much does this event cost?

Completely free to attendees, just like all of our events.

I have another question

Please contact Isabella Maund on [email protected].

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Becoming a member as a Goldsmiths student not only gives you access to all of our events, but also gives you the ability to have a say and vote in our annual general meeting.

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