El presidente del Instituto Dominicano de las Telecomunicaciones, licenciado Gedeón Santos, entregó el Premio para la Igualdad e Integración de Género y Tecnología (GEM-TECH 2014), otorgado en su primera versión por la UIT y ONU-Mujeres, al Centro de Investigación para la Acción Femenina (CIPAF), de República Dominicana, que preside Magaly Pineda.
NPR (blog) In Tech Marketing Jobs, Women's Successes Are Rarely Recognized NPR (blog) It's no secret that there aren't a lot of women in Silicon Valley and the tech industry in general. There is one exception — marketing and public relations.
A special reception to celebrate leading women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) was held by Silicon Republic last week, and attended by many remarkable women leaders from Ireland and abroad – and quite a few men.
Facebook and LinkedIn are teaming up to boost the dwindling number of women studying engineering and computer science. The percentage of people enrolled in undergraduate computer science programs who are women peaked at 35% in 1985 and is now down to about 17%.
Slicon Valley has churned out solutions for many of society’s problems. But sexism isn’t one of them—especially in its own industry. To fight it, a group of female tech executives has employed a tactic that critics call a step backward: posing in their skivvies.
As a government that is passionate about empowerment, the Lagos state government is leaving no stone un-turned in its drive to ensure that more girls and, indeed, youths across the state get involved in ICT related activities.
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