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EUROPE'S INFORMATION SOCIETY
Newsroom Update This is the Newsroom Update of Europe's Information Society: Thematic Portal - a 'one stop shop' to all European Information Society policies, activities, news and more from across the European Commission. An archive of all Newsroom Updates is now available.
Posted on 13 Mar 2009
CISCO PROMOTING INFORMATION ON IT CAREERS FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Laurie Sullivan writes about the Cisco efforts to encourage young women to consider careers in technology.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP
The IBM IT Analyst Relations Program provides dedicated support to IT analysts.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
ACCESSIBILITY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE: A REFLECTION FOR FACULTY MEMBERS
Computer Science professor Dianne P. O'Leary's insightful discussion of the chilly climate for women in computer science. The discussion is arranged as a series of questions, such as whether women are less talented in computer science, why so few women enter the field and why so many who do enter do not stay, what makes the environment chilly, and what can be done at the faculty level and throughout the curriculum, from beginning courses to graduate education.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
GENDER ISSUES IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
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Posted on 06 Mar 2009
THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING PIPELINE
is Camp's paper describing the increase and then long term tend of decline in the percentage of women majoring in CS over the last 20 years. She also has some hypotheses as to the influence of the "School of Engineering effect" on those numbers.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
THE ADA PROJECT
A clearinghouse for information related to women in computing.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
WOMEN IN AI
Article by Dale Strok, which originally appeared in IEEE Expert, Vol. 7, No. 4, August 1992. The article, discusses the studies of women in computer science, and then looks at AI to determine if the same problems exist for women in AI as they do in the rest of computer science.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
I AM A STRANGER HERE MYSELF: A CONSIDERATION OF WOMEN IN COMPUTING
Article by Jane Cottrell in which she discusses possible reasons for the underrepresentation of women in computer science faculties and why this underrepresentation is cause for concern.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Gives information about computing and its impact on the world, and committed to developing a supportive, friendly and challenging environment for teaching, learning and research.
Posted on 06 Mar 2009

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