As part of FemTech.dk in-reach activities, on June 26th we organised a meeting with several computer science (DIKU) students at the UCPH Makerspace. In-reach activities are internal activities where mainly DIKU students and staff members are invited to participate, such as DIKU’s teaching day. The makerspace has been instrumental in creating a sociotechnical infrastructure for these internal activities. These activities seek to make DIKU more inclusive from within by, for example, supporting collaborations and activities related to computing that might be difficult to carry out as part of the traditional curriculum. In concrete, two project proposals came out of the meeting: an art-installation focusing on collaborative motion interaction across spaces and a learning tool that demonstrates the insights of a CPU with LEDs, displays and microcontrollers. These projects exemplify opportunities for broadening narratives of computer science by supporting collaboration, emphasising materiality and storytelling.