Womens History Month

The Women Behind Our Best Tech

March 13, 2024
As we celebrate Women's History Month, we'd like to shine a spotlight on the remarkable contributions of women everywhere, especially in the world of STEM.
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Female Astronauts Excel on Spacewalks: The Importance of Diversity in Space Missions

January 4, 2024
Women in space exploration continually break through historic barriers. A recent study on female astronauts of spacewalks demonstrated that women excel in this work, underscoring the importance of diversity in space missions.
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The Need for More Women in Product Management

April 26, 2023
Women drive consumer spending and yet make up only 35% of product management positions. More women in product management would improve representation and bring a unique perspective to cross-functional teams' product solutions.
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The Urgent Need for Women in Cybersecurity

March 14, 2023
The need for women in cybersecurity has been persistent with it remaining a male-dominant field. However, the demand for more women in the cyber field is greater than ever as the industry faces a shortage of skilled professionals.
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International Women’s Day Celebration Today

March 8, 2022
Today, March 8th, is the annual observance of International Women’s Day, a day celebrating the significant impact of women to all aspects of our society.
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Dr. Radia Perlman: One of the First Female Programmers and Inventor the Internet’s Protocols

March 12, 2021
Dr. Radia Perlman’s introduction to programming came early. Born on December 18, 1951 in Portsmouth, Virginia to her father, an engineer, and her mother, a mathematician and computer programmer, Dr. Perlman was a gifted student in math and science.
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March 8 is International Women's Day

March 9, 2021
The 2021 theme for International Women’s Day is “Choose to Challenge”. For centuries, women have been challenging the stereotype that the STEM fields are not ones they should pursue. This blog posts highlights women who have made contributions to STEM and beyond.
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Celebrating Women in STEM during Women’s History Month 2021

March 2, 2021
Women and their contributions to America society have been celebrated annually in March since 1981, when Ronald Reagan approved Congress’ request to proclaim the week of March 7 as “Women’s History Week. After half a decade of celebrating women in this fashion, the National Women’s History Project petitioned for the week to be expanded nationally into Women’s History Month and Congress passed the resolution.
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Ada Lovelace: The Mother of Computer Programming

March 19, 2020
This profile on Ada Lovelace is the eighth post in a month-long series of profiles about female STEM innovators in honor of Women’s History Month. Check back each weekday to read a new profile. 
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Rebecca Clark: Operations Executive for Skanska, a Global Construction Firm

March 5, 2020
This profile on Rebecca Clark is the forth post in a month-long series of profiles about female STEM innovators in honor of Women’s History Month. This profile also celebrates Women in Construction week by focusing on Clark, Operations Executive for Skanska, a Swedish construction and development company that has grown to have divisions and projects in countries across the world. Check back each weekday to read a new profile.
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