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Andrea Gonzales - Student and Co-Author of Girl Code
Join us on Monday, July 9 to hear Andrea "Andy" Gonzales share her experience creating Tampon Run, which is a video game that uses humor and satire to combat the menstrual taboo, and becoming world famous when the game goes viral, all while still in high school!

Andy is also the co-author of the book Girl Code. She currently attends the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill as a Robertson Scholar. Andy began learning code before her freshman year of high school and has been passionate about computer science and women in STEM ever since.

Don't miss out on this inspiring talk -- register now!
CSTA Annual Conference
There's still time to register for the CSTA Annual Conference on July 7-10, 2018 at the CenturyLink Center, if you haven't done so already! The conference has some exciting things happening so you're not going to want to miss it out.
Register Here
The learning doesn't end on Tuesday -- check out the NICERC Education Discovery Forum
Building on last year's success, NICERC will once again host the Education Discovery Forum immediately following the CSTA conference on July 10 - 12. This multi-day professional development workshop will guide teachers and administrators through interactive projects and will feature NICERC's cyber, computer science, and STEM: Explore, Discover, Apply (STEM EDA) curricula and resources.

To find out more about EDF: Omaha click here.

Sponsorship & Exhibiting

Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are still available.

Karen Wendling , Director of Business 
Development & Marketing 
for more details.
The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) founded CSTA as part of its commitment to K-12 computer science education. 
ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. 
CSTA appreciates ACM's ongoing support!