University of Wolverhampton Shines with 11 Women Selected for BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium

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The University of Wolverhampton proudly celebrates its outstanding achievement in the recent BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, with 11 exceptional women from the university earning coveted spots. This impressive representation solidifies the University of Wolverhampton's position as a leading institution in fostering women's participation in technology and innovation, standing second only to the University of Bath in the number of selections.

Named in honour of Ada Lovelace, the pioneering mathematician and computer scientist, the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium is dedicated to celebrating and supporting women in computing. This year's event witnessed unprecedented participation from universities across the nation, all vying to showcase their brightest talents.

Standing out amongst esteemed institutions, the University of Wolverhampton's 11 selected participants exemplify exceptional talent and dedication across various computing domains, including data science, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. This achievement underscores the university's commitment to nurturing diversity and excellence in technology.

The selected participants, Moradeke Adeleye, Pere-ere Ogunbanjo, Osatohanmwen Bera Ogunbor, Grace Abuo, Temitope Adeyelu, Wendy Lomas, Yetunde Obakeye, along with 4 others have worked tirelessly to foster an environment of support and encouragement for women in technology. Their selection not only reflects their individual excellence but also highlights the supportive environment fostered by our BCS Student chapter.

"We are immensely proud of the remarkable achievement of our university's participants in the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium. Their selection not only reflects their individual excellence but also highlights the supportive environment fostered by our BCS Student chapter. We are committed to continuing our efforts in empowering women in technology and look forward to even greater success in the future." - Olukorede Oyewoga, the President of the BCS Student Chapter, University of Wolverhampton says.

The selected participants will engage in insightful discussions, network with industry leaders, and gain invaluable insights into the evolving technology landscape. Their participation not only highlights their individual excellence but also showcases the University of Wolverhampton's commitment to fostering talent and driving innovation in computing.

As the University of Wolverhampton continues to champion diversity and inclusivity in technology, its exceptional showing at the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium reaffirms its dedication to empowering women in STEM and shaping the future of computing.

For more information on the University of Wolverhampton's involvement in the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium and its initiatives to promote diversity in technology, please visit