Wanda Gregory participates in National Center for Women & Information Technology summit

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national center for women and information technologyMay 29, 2014 - IAS faculty member Wanda Gregory co-presented a new game with Play Works Studio at the National Center for Women & Information Technology  (NCWIT) summit last week. The robotics game, with the working title "RoBees," is designed to teach young girls how to program and recently received National Science Foundation funding. Gregory is a member of the advisory board for Play Works Studio and has been involved in the game design and narrative for this project.  Several University of Washington Bothell students have taken part in the project and will continue to work with Gregory and Play Works Studios as the project moves forward into the finals of the NCWIT DevelopHer competition.

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