ACM-W Newsletter Article Abstract/Proposal

Thank you for your interest in contributing to the ACM-W newsletter. With a distribution list reaching thousands of ACM-W members, contributing to the newsletter is a wonderful opportunity to share ideas and information across a wide audience. To ensure the continued quality of the newsletter, all submissions must undergo the following review process before being selected for release. We look forward to receiving and reviewing your submission!

Process
We ask that interested authors submit a proposal/abstract (<400 words). Articles are reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis. Please note that all articles are conditionally accepted based on whether the full piece is consistent with the ACM-W mission, publication guidelines, and editorial review. Published articles generally range from 2,000 to 5,000 words and include several related photos or graphics. Articles with references should use the APA style.

Possible Newsletter Topics
- Perspectives from women in computing as an undergraduate/graduate student/mother/underrepresented group/GLBTQI/industry/entrepreneur
- Events or programs your women in computing group is doing to help broaden participation
- Insightful research about women/diversity in computing
- Interviews with great women in computing (Not sure who to interview or want to meet someone, but not sure how to connect with them? We can help provide an introduction.)

Research Spotlights
You may also use this form to submit a for a technical research spotlight. A technical research spotlight includes: 
- A less than 250 word paragraph synopsis of your research area that is easy to understand by the broader ACM-W community
- The paragraph should include a specific problem/issue that is being addressed, how it is being addressed, and then a link to more information about the article (e.g., a paper)
- A picture from the research area or you doing the research
- A 50-word bio

Please note that if parts of a submission have been published elsewhere, it is the responsibility of the author(s) to receive permission to publish it in the ACM-W newsletter. ACM-W newsletter is not a peer-reviewed publication, it is an edited newsletter.

    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question