Women and Computer Science
Picture obtained from Mike Muuss's collection of historic computer images.
On-line writings about women and computer science include:
Other material on-line about women and computing:
Women and Men in Academia and Computer Science
See also my page on women and minorities in science and engineering.
- Women Undergraduate Enrollment in
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
at MIT (Final Report of the EECS Women Undergraduate
Nancy. Educational Pipeline Issues for Women. Computing
Research News, October 1990 and January 1991.
- Pearl, Amy, Martha E. Pollack,
Eve Riskin, Becky Thomas, Elizabeth Wolf, and Alice Wu. Becoming a Computer Scientist. Communications of the ACM, 33(11) (November 1990).
- Frenkel, Karen A. Women
and computing. Communications of the ACM, 33(11)
- Strok, Dale. Women in AI. IEEE
Expert, 7(4) (August 1992).
- Cottrell, Janet. I'm a Stranger Here Myself: A Consideration of Women and Computing (PDF).
- My writings on women and computer science:
- The history of women in computing
Please send in additions, corrections, and suggestions.
Copyright 1994-1998 by Ellen Spertus (firstname.lastname@example.org).