Graduate Students for Gender Inclusion in Computing
Graduate Students for Gender Inclusion in Computing (GSGIC) advocates for gender equity and inclusion in computing and related fields at Cornell by combating harassment, pushing for policy change, and creating supportive spaces within our professional environment, especially within the graduate school. We believe that policy advocacy for equitable work environments helps every person working in or with computing as well as the people who use computing technology. Our group centers the needs of graduate students and works in solidarity with both the Ithaca and Cornell Tech campuses.

Resources for harassment and bias are here.

We conducted a survey about how COVID-19 has affected graduate students in computing. You can learn more by reading the Medium post or the full report.

Black Lives Matter. GSGIC stands with protesters condemning the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and the ongoing police brutality against Black communities. We cannot fight for gender inclusion in science and technology without also advocating for racial justice in our country and world. See our full statement, including resources, here.

Get involved

GSGIC welcomes members from across campuses, departments, and genders.

Attend our open Zoom meetings: Mondays from 3:00 to 4:00 PM ET for Fall 2020.

Join the mailing list or our Slack channel for the Zoom link and password.

Join our mailing list. Meeting agendas are on Google Drive.


Do you have an idea for an event, policy, speaker, &c. for GSGIC? Do you have feedback on our weekly agendas, past events, or anything else? We'd love to hear about it!


President: Maria Antoniak
Vice President: Marianne Aubin Le Quéré
Treasurer: Tegan Wilson
Secretary: Claire Liang
Cornell Tech Chair: Sachi Angle
Cornell Tech Chair: Addie Fuller
Communications Chair: Varsha Kishore
Liaison Chair: Kate Donahue
Webmaster: Alexa VanHattum


We welcome allies as members and as participants in our events. We're stronger if we work together; please join us! If you're looking for resources to become a better ally, we recommend this guide. We also recommend this guide for using pronouns.