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Melinda Gates, a passionate supporter for women in tech

About the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Melinda Gates is the Co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and a passionate supporter of getting ...
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2018 NCWIT Summit - Plenary II, Pink Brain, Blue Brain: What's the Real Story When It Comes To "Gender Differences" presented by Lise Eliot

Conversations for Change: NCWIT Summit: Pink Brain, Blue Brain: What’s the Real Story When It Comes To “Gender Differences” presented by Lise Eliot

[upbeat music] Man: A break for lunch, all right. Now?  Woman: Not yet, don’t do it.  [upbeat music]  JEFF FORBES: Hello, hope you guys had ...
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2018 NCWIT Summit - 90 Minute Mini-Plenary, Using Data Science to Accelerate Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives presented by Dr. Sarmila Basu

2018 NCWIT Summit – 90 Minute Mini-Plenary, Using Data Science to Accelerate Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives presented by Dr. Sarmila Basu

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2018 NCWIT Summit - 90 Minute Mini-Plenary, Communication Made Easy presented by MikeHess

2018 NCWIT Summit – 90 Minute Mini-Plenary, Communication Made Easy presented by MikeHess

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2018 NCWIT Summit - 90 Minute Mini-Plenary, Reducing Gender Bias in Machine Learning Systems presented by Vicente Ordonez-Roman

2018 NCWIT Summit – 90 Minute Mini-Plenary, Reducing Gender Bias in Machine Learning Systems presented by Vicente Ordonez-Roman

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2018 NCWIT Summit - Plenary III, TECHNOLOchicas 3.0 presented by Jannie Fernandez and the Reel WiT Award presented by Yvonne Melton

2018 NCWIT Summit – Plenary III, TECHNOLOchicas 3.0 presented by Jannie Fernandez and the Reel WiT Award presented by Yvonne Melton

[upbeat music] DARON GREEN: Hi there, thank you. My name is Daron Green, and I’m in charge of the research operations and academic relations team ...
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How Can Companies Promote Innovation with Diverse Employees?

Diverse work teams can improve innovation, problem-solving, and productivity. Learn how to implement the “The Action to Catalyze Tech (ACT) Report” recommendations: https://ncwit.org/CatalyzeTech.
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How Can Organizations Recruit Diverse Talent in Ways that Promote Innovation and Productivity?

Significant evidence suggests that diverse work teams produce tangible benefits, including improved innovation, problem-solving, and productivity.
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How Can You Re-Engineer Your Undergraduate Program to Increase Women’s Representation in Computing?

The socio-educational system a student experiences shapes participation in the major. Altering one element of that system is often not enough to create enduring change. ...
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International Women’s Day-in-a-Box: Raising Awareness, Igniting Change

International Women’s Day-in-a-Box: Raising Awareness, Igniting Change is designed to help IT companies and departments celebrate successes and address barriers to women’s full participation in ...
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How Can Companies Achieve Organizational Diversity?

Companies that establish organizational accountability for diversity, whether in the form of full-time diversity staff or a diversity task force, are more likely to increase ...
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How Do Admissions Criteria Affect Women’s Representation in Graduate Computing?

When admission committee members minimize the biasing effects of stereotypes and consider applicants’ membership in an under-represented group as a positive characteristic, they promote diversity.
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