By Brenda Bethman Technically, this post is not really about technology (although Sandberg does work at Facebook) — but it is about women, which is the other focus of this blog. And it’s cheating a bit as it’s a cross-post from my personal blog, but it’s April and I’m sick, so it will have to do. [...]
By Jennifer Keegin Admiral Hopper, was not only one of the first female programmers, but also the first woman to graduate from Yale with a Ph.D in mathematics AND the first woman to reach the rank of Admiral in the U.S. Navy. If you follow me at all, you know I dig retro women [...]
On March 22, 2013 Gloria Steinem came to campus and caused the kind of stir you would expect from a rock star. Steinem’s icon status is well earned after over 40 years of activism & advancement of women’s rights. This storify follow’s Gloria’s day on campus through the eyes of Simmons’ community.
By Kathryn Magura Today I have the pleasure of highlighting a woman in the field of Student Affairs. As I ruminated on who to highlight, I decided to bend the rules (Sorry Kristen!) a little and highlight 2 women I have met via Twitter. Kate McGartland-Kinsella: Representing our friendly Canadian neighbours, Kate is passionate about serving [...]
by Kristen Abell I know that I’ve highlighted our bloggers before, but I think they deserve more than one post – they’re that amazing. This blog was started just over two years ago, and during that time, we have gotten to work with some fabulous women in tech. These bloggers have written 421 posts (or roughly [...]