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Men-can’t-take-care-of-babies stereotype

I went to a panel discussion at George Washington University put on by the American Association of University Women. AAUW just published a report on research they had done about how stereotypes affect girls’ and women’s performance in engineering and … Continue reading

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The “You Don’t Belong Here” look that I had forgotten after I left engineering

I suppose if it were a beautiful spring or summer day, I would’ve felt that my trip into DC was worthwhile just for the sake of going someplace more happening than my house in the suburbs. But the best part … Continue reading

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White Male Engineer Panelist discusses pregnant wife at sitting around at home

I went to an entrepreneur talk put on by the Engineering College at George Washington University. It was way more fabulous than I expected. Awesome fancy hors d’oerves, excellent speakers. There were three semi-white male panelists. One was American, the … Continue reading

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Old White Man Panel

Yesterday I went to an Old White Man panel discussion at George Washington University, entitled “New Arts, New Media: The Evolution of Content of the Internet,” that had nothing to do with New Arts. It was really about FCC policy … Continue reading

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I'm Such a Social Entrepreneur Butterfly

I went to a women’s studies talk at George Mason University. Interesting, although it was about women in Africa, which is not relevant to what I do. But the free lunch at the talk was terrific. An older woman asked … Continue reading

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I’m Such a Social Entrepreneur Butterfly

I went to a women’s studies talk at George Mason University. Interesting, although it was about women in Africa, which is not relevant to what I do. But the free lunch at the talk was terrific. An older woman asked … Continue reading

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