Is community college the key to closing tech's gender gap?
from Marie Claire
Last month, Intel announced a $5 million investment in Georgia Tech to increase the number of women and minorities studying computer science and engineering over the next five years. It's only the latest example of a big-name university's push to shrink the well-known gender and racial diversity gaps in STEM (science, tech, engineering, and math) studies.
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