A pioneering nonprofit, founded by Tina Lee ’01, MBA ’02, combines technical training and social support to boost moms in launching technology careers.
Tag: women in tech
Women are vastly underrepresented in the high-tech industry, and many never even consider such work to be a viable option. But despite the obstacles, Professor Ellen Spertus and several alumnae show that women’s careers in computer science are attainable, exciting, and rewarding. Plus: a new professorship brings computer industry professionals into the classroom.
Mathematicians are a rare breed—female mathematicians are rarer still. But what attracts women to math, and how is Mills cultivating those who hear the call?
From the chemistry lab to the writing desk, Lienfung Li Ho ’43 has forged successes throughout her life’s journey. By Sarah Stevenson, MFA ’04 “My lifelong work is still what I learnt in the chemistry building at Mills, but literature has encouraged me to write in my spare time,” Lienfung Li Ho ’43 says with