Women in Technology Summit June 9-11, 2019  •  DoubleTree by Hilton  •  San Jose, CA



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The First Lady of Physics, Chien-Shiung Wu
By Kara M. Zone

Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese-American nuclear physicist born in 1912.   Read More

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Get the Facts: Collecting Data on Women in the Workplace
By Larry Alton

If we want to improve the conditions of women in the workplace, we need to assess sexism and discrimination, as well as bias in data collection itself, and the tools are at our fingertips.   Read More

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Why Women Lose Confidence at Work
By Elizabeth Lions

Your mind is like a monkey. It goes from thought to thought for hours on end. It rattles on so much that we often don't have any idea about what is going on up there at all.   Read More

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Five Ways to Attract and Retain More Women to Work in Technology
By Cheryl Cran

Even with the rise of robotics and technology, companies are struggling to find and attract top talent.   Read More

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Virginia Apgar: Mother of None, but Mother to All
By Brooke German

We take a lot of things for granted. We assume we deserve everything the world has to offer and then some. But what we don't realize in the beginning is that we would have to fight for our first breath and fight for our lives.   Read More

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Assessing Rigor and Measuring Results in STEM Education
By Sandy Marshall

Countless studies have shown that women and girls are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).   Read More