Western Washington University writes that the push for more women in tech has been a focus of many corporations, universities and even childhood programs for the past decade, yet the professional landscape of computer science shows it continues to be a man’s world. This trend isn’t just due to a lack of programs or resources for women in STEM, it has more to do with cultural and institutional bias, and how females and other underrepresented students are supported in the learning environment. Read more
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