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Diversity in Computing: Why It Matters and How Organizations Can Achieve It
March 2013 (vol. 46 no. 3)
pp. 24-29
Wendy M. DuBow, National Center for Women & Information Technology
Computing-related jobs are interesting, well-paying, secure, and abundant, so why aren't more women working in this creative field that produces the technology that is central to our daily lives? The Web extra at http://youtu.be/TgNJJzSiBiY is a video interview in which Wendy DuBow, a research scientist at the National Center for Women & Information Technology, discusses the importance of gender diversity in computing with Alfred C. (Alf) Weaver, the director of the University of Virginia's Applied Research Institute.
Index Terms:
Gender issues,Equal opportunities,Technological innovation,Computer science education,Sociology,Statistics,Career develolpment,Professional aspects,Engineering profession,Social factors,the computing profession,Educational institutions,Computers,Technological innovation,Computer science,Sociology,Statistics,computers and society,computers and education,computing milieu
Citation:
Wendy M. DuBow, "Diversity in Computing: Why It Matters and How Organizations Can Achieve It," Computer, vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 24-29, March 2013, doi:10.1109/MC.2013.6
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