Student from the Collegio del Ploggio Imperiale in visit to the Observatory at Arcetri (1933), signifying the opening of scientific education to young women.
Hey, Gail, I somehow came accross your blog while searching "Discrete Math" on Google, and upon first impression, you are AWESOME. I am a second year Computer Science undergrad, and I love your stand on women in engineering,and that there should be more women in the feild of technology - I don't get it either. I also love that you endorse programs like Alice - in high school, that is what jogged my interest into programming and logic. It made learning the syntax and theory so much easier once I got started! Anyway, I love what you've had to say!!! Good luck with your studies!! :)
Kayla, I'm so excited to hear from you! Notes like this make it all worth it. :) Where are you studying? Maybe there's a WISE group on your campus, too. Anyway, hope to hear from you again the future! Good luck with your degree!
Gail, I am studying at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. I know we have SWE on our campus, but I'm not entirely sure about WISE. I believe we do? Anyway, I may have to do some research into these groups. :)Kayla
Nice! Any WISE-related group (and variations thereof) are a good thing! :D
A good perspective for Female Education and its career._________________________________computer programmer
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