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  • Blog Post: Summer Bridge students catch computing fever

    Summer Bridge students and their hosts at Microsoft Experts agree that the next wave of innovation in computing requires diversity in the research and development teams who will create it. I believe that means expanding the pipeline of students entering computing. In particular, we need to get more...
  • Blog Post: Inspiring girls about computing

    Today, women earn more than half of all undergraduate degrees in U.S. colleges and universities. But according to the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), female students remain woefully underrepresented in computer science programs, earning only 18 percent of the undergraduate...
  • Blog Post: Women in Computing Workshop Explores Gender Diversity Issues

    The Women in Computing workshop took place at the recent 2011 Latin American Faculty Summit . Amidst Faculty Summit topics such as open data, the role of basic research, and cluster and cloud computing, the Women in Computing workshop explored the underrepresentation of women in technology in Latin America...
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