WGSS 320 Gender & Technology

Oregon State University, School of Language, Culture, and Society


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Cultural Research Topics

If you see a topic listed here, another student has already committed to it and you may not use that same topic.

  1. Valentina Tereshkova, Soviet Cosmonaut
  2. Annie Easley, American NASA Computer Scientist
  3. Juliana Rotich, Kenyan Tech Entrepreneur
  4. Katherine Burr Blodget, American Chemist and Inventor
  5. Sophie Wilson, American Computer Scientist
  6. Olga D. González-Sanabria, Puerto Rican Electrical Engineer
  7. Hadiyah-Nicole Green, American Physicist
  8. Shadw Osama, Egyptian App Developer
  9. Hong Liu, Chinese Agricultural Scientist
  10. Karen Casella, Software Engineer at Netflix
  11. Valentina Tereshkova, Soviet Cosmonaut
  12. Erna Hoover, American telephone inventor
  13. Roseli Ocampo-Friedmann, Filipino Scientist
  14. Dame Steve Shirley, British Computer Scientist
  15. Jeanette J. Epps, American Astronaut
  16. Mary Anderson, American inventor
  17. Patricia Bath, American Ophthalmologist
  18. Maruhaeremuri Nihoniho Māori game developer
  19. Kimberly Bryant, American Computer Scientist
  20. Dr. Rupal Patel, British Computer Scientist, founder of VocaliD
  21. Xiaoyuan Tu , Chinese Software Engineer
  22. Margaret Rock, British Mathemetician
  23. Kriti Sharma, Indian AI Scientist
  24. Stephanie Kwolek:, American Chemist
  25. Margaret Hamilton, American Software Engineer

Class starts on Monday, April 1, 2019.

OSU Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies is pleased to welcome you to Gender and Technology, a course where you will explore women's contributions to technological advances, discuss how technology development is biased, and learn to use technology to further your studies and increase career opportunities.

Complete Chapter 1 right away...it will prepare you for the rest of the term.

I look forward to working with you this term!

M. Van Londen