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  • 29 Oct 2019
    Carol Frieze, Jeria L. Quesenberry

    Gender Gaps in Computing: Myth vs Fact

    Authors, Carol Frieze and Jeria L. Quesenberry debunk five common myths on the Gender Gap in Computing

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  • 13 Feb 2019
    Dick Whittington

    Digital innovation and entrepreneurship: bridging the skills gap

    A professor of Business Innovation and an experienced entrepreneur, Dick Whittington reflects on a weakness of STEM degree programmes in the modern world – and how he’s addressing it with his textbook Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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  • 11 Oct 2016

    Happy Ada Lovelace Day! Celebrate Women in STEM

    The second Tuesday of every October, the world celebrates women in science with Ada Lovelace Day. Established officially in 2009, the event’s name honors mathematician and writer Augusta Ada Lovelace (also known to some as the first computer programmer). Find out more about this history of Ada Lovelace Day In the award-winning The Computing Universe by Tony Hey […]

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