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. [...]
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 Anitra Cottledge My first post in a couple of months and I’m thinking not strictly about tech, but about pay equity and salary negotiation. By now, I gather that most reading this have heard/seen the “Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders” TED talk by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. But if you haven’t, here’s [...]
By Kathryn Magura When I saw the blog prompt for today, I was really excited: “What 5 women throughout history would you like to have a dinner party with and why?” Seriously, how awesome is this question? Think about the amazing fun we could have at a dinner party! As I began to think about [...]
By Kathryn Magura It’s election day here in the United States! And while most of us will be relieved to have the daily deluge of political ads come to an end, how many of us take the time to reflect on the power of our vote? As a woman, I have not really thought much [...]