Film Screening and Talk with Film Maker - Code: Debugging the Gender Gap

Where: 
Zaman University's Conference Hall
When: 
Friday, May 19, 2017 -
14:30 to 17:00
Audience: 
Public
Project/Event Cost: 
Free
Description: 

Zaman Universitie's Centre for Executive, Professional, and Community Education would like to welcome two American filmmakers to speak with our students, as well as public attendes about thier film "Code: Debugging the Gender Gap." Robin Hauser and Heather Courtney have been invited by The U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh, as part of thier American Film Showcase, to share their work and experiences with Cambodians this May. "Code: Debugging the Gender Gap" is a documentary film which chronicles the role of women in technology, and hopes to encourage girls all over the world to see jobs in STEM related fields as a viable career path. You can watch a trailer and find out more information about the movie here: https://www.codedoc.co/

We at Zaman University, and the Centre for Executive, Professional, and Community Education feel that the role of women and girls in STEM is an important one, and therefore are very excited to welcome Robin Hauser and Heather Courtney to our University. We hope that through the screening of thier film, as well as further discussions with attendes, Robin Hauser and Heather Courtney will be able to inspire Cambodia's next generation of STEM professionals. 

 

 

Contact Person: 
Director of the Center for Executive, Professional and Community Education, Mrs. Christine Ege
Interact: 
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Notes: 
The screening of the film will take place from 2:30 - 4:30pm. Before the film starts the film makers with introduce the film and its contents. After the film attendees will have time to ask questions of the film makers. After questions we will invite attendees to enjoy beverages in the lobby in order to further discussions.