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In the CITRIS Tech Museum in Sutardja Dai Hall, a new exhibit is designed to encourage “womxn, femmes, and gender-nonconforming community members” to express and share their anger. “The Bank of Hysteria Toll-free Rage Hotline” enables visitors to vent their thoughts at what looks like an automated teller screen, via text-message or phone. Then the installation prints out transcriptions of these messages into an overflowing crate of “rage receipts” below.
The 2017 Women in Tech Symposium gathered 150 women and allies gathered in Santa Clara on November 30 to celebrate those who aim to increase […]
FEMTech, UC Berkeley’s first campuswide tech club for women is featured in UC Berkeley News. FEMTech is supported by our Tech for Social Good program and […]
Join us on November 30 for Women in Tech: A Symposium on Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Despite evidence suggesting that diverse leadership teams can benefit workplace […]
What can be done to advance participation of women and girls in science? Participation by women in scientific research is rising — women now outnumber […]
Join the CITRIS for a film screening of “She Started It,” a new documentary film that follows five trailblazing young female entrepreneurs through their journeys […]
To recognize the accomplishments of technology leaders and organizations fostering interest in computer science for the next generation of women and girls, CITRIS and the […]
Wednesday, October 5, 2016, 11:30am-6:00pmBanatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC BerkeleyRegister here > Gender diversity among leadership teams and the broader workforce offers demonstrated advantages for innovative […]
The lack of gender diversity in technology fields has become a hot topic of late, for good reason. Women and girls are under-represented in computer […]