Dec 12, 2015

Tech shift: More women in computer science classes - SFGate

UC Berkeley at forefront of universities closing gender gap in computer science courses revamped for female students Male computer science majors still far outnumber female, but Professor Dan Garcia's class is a sign that efforts to attract more women to a field where they have always been vastly underrepresented are working. Berkeley, Stanford and a handful of other universities have...

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