Feminists and strong women. A picture is worth a thousand words… Or not.

In my work environment we have frequent discussions about gender and computing, and what it means to advocate for women in technology. We use words and expressions like "feminist" or "strong woman", perhaps assuming that we all have a similar definition in mind. How do we, as a society, represent in our heads these terms? … Continue reading Feminists and strong women. A picture is worth a thousand words… Or not.

Equality at a faculty level: an intersectional approach

The efforts to attract more girls and young women to computing are skyrocketing lately. Governments and universities are developing and starting to implement policies and action plans to increase the recruitment and retention of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). In the US, #CSforAll aims to bring computing to not only girls but … Continue reading Equality at a faculty level: an intersectional approach