Women in tech

Barriers to Equality in Academia: Women in Computer Science at MIT (1983)

This report describes aspects of the MIT Computer Science environment that hinder the professional and social development of many female graduate students and research staff.

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Why Men Don’t Believe the Data on Gender Bias in Science (2017)

Given the enormous amount of data to support [gender bias in science], and given the field in question, one might think male scientists would use these outcomes to create a more level playing field. But a recent paper showed that in fact, male STEM faculty assessed the quality of real research that demonstrated bias against women in STEM as being low; instead the male faculty favored fake research, designed for the purposes of the study in question, which purported to demonstrate that no such bias exists.

Wired, 2017