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UMN Coding Visits Farnsworth Computer Science Students

University of Minnesota senior Anna Pedrick and other university students in coding will be visiting Farnworth Aerospace 5-8 on Thursday, May 11th to talk to students in computer science classes about careers in coding and engineering. Pedrick is the founder of the company Lovelace, named after Ada Lovelace the first ever computer programming. Lovelace holds workshops for teens across the Twin Cities to inspire girls to consider a future in the computer sciences. 

To learn more about Pedrick and their company Lovelace, visit their featured article in CSB: University of Minnesota Senior Hopes to Inspire Girls To Get Into Coding