Resources for Women in Computing, for both students and educators.

"First, engineering is a very creative profession. That is not the way it is usually described, but down to my toes I believe that engineering is profoundly creative. Second, as in any creative profession, what comes out is a function of the life experiences of the people who do it. Finally, sans diversity, we limit the set of life experiences that are applied, and as a result, we pay an opportunity cost -- a cost in products not built, in designed not considered, in constraints not understood, in processes not invented ... Every time we approach an engineering problem with a pale, male design team, we may not find the best solution. We may not understand the design options or know how to even understand the full dimension of the problem."

-- Wm. A. Wulf (1998). Diversity in Engineering, The Bridge, 28(4).

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