at the University of Michigan Department of
Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics

About Us

Founded by current doctoral students in the Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (DCMB) at the University of Michigan, our Girls Who Code club seeks to provide a collaborative and supportive environment for high schoolers of all skills levels and backgrounds interested in learning how to code.

Due to the research expertise of our graduate student Facilitators, our club curriculum is focused on computational data analysis and the Python programming language. Participants will learn core coding concepts and implement their new skills in a data science capstone project of their choosing.

Visit our archives to see all the fun we've had these last three years:

2017-18 Archive 2018-19 Archive 2019-20 Archive

Other links of interest:

Student Capstone Presentations

Our students created some amazing capstone projects using their new data science skills. Check out the final presentations below!

Resources for Club Meetings

Here's where you can find helpful links and resources for class!

Girls Who Code HQ

GWC Slack Page


Contact Us

Questions for us?

Check us out on Facebook and Twitter!

Interested in borrowing our Ozobot fleet?

Ozobot Inquiry Form

Meet the Executive Committee

Brooke Wolford

Zena Lapp

Marlena Duda

Vy Nguyen

Negar Farzaneh

Gabrielle Dotson

Kelly Sovacool

Ruma Deb

Hayley Falk

Morgan Oneka

Katie Furman

Sarah Haynes

Alana Woloshin

Hojae Lee

April Kriebel

Sophie Hoffman

Executive Committee Alumni

Shweta Ramdas

Sponsers and Funding Sources


We work with these wonderful organizations to further our outreach efforts and accomplish our mission of gender parity in STEM