The Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering prides itself on being a diverse, welcoming community that fosters collaboration and belonging through the inclusion of various perspectives and experiences. The Luddy School is always striving to improve the environment and expand the engagement that makes our school special.
The Luddy School has been recognized by the National Center for Women & Information Technology for demonstrating a strong commitment to recruiting and retaining women in undergraduate computing programs, as well as for our efforts to expand women's participation in computing. We also focus on broadening participation in computing and technology by offering and encouraging opportunities that are inclusive beyond gender.
Read below to explore the demographics of our Luddy family.