Google In Residence
The Google In Residence (GIR) program was founded by Google in 2013 with the mission to grow and support a more representative pipeline. The program embeds Google engineers at HBCUs and Hispanic Serving Institutions across the country to serve as visiting lecturers for the schools' introductory CS courses. GIR instructors bring an industry perspective to campus and work with the community to develop a strong CS curriculum, to support students in their search, and to grow student engagement in technical fields.
Google In Residence Scholar
Ellen Widerski comes from Google in Sunnyvale, CA where I work as a Software Engineer on Google's Network Infrastructure.
Ellen is originally from Wisconsin, where she attended school at Luther College in Decorah, IA.
She comes from Google in Sunnyvale, CA where she works as a Software Engineer on Google's Network Infrastructure.