OSU's WGSS 320 Gender & Technology BACC course

Gender & Technology Updated August 13, 2014

Gender Lens Topics

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

  1. Mechanical dishwasher
  2. Birth Control Pill
  3. Digital Camera
  4. MegaBlocks Barbie
  5. Kevlar
  6. Apple iPhone
  7. Skateboard
  8. Entrepreneur Barbie
  9. Easy Bake Oven

Financial Analysis Topics

Any topic works for this project...what are you dreaming of? Your peers have these ideas:

  1. Build a school

Cultural Research Topics

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

  1. Tan Le, a Vietnamese-Australian telecommunications inventor.
  2. Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin, Swedish inventors of the invisible helmet
  3. Rosalind Franklin, British chemist
  4. Bessie Blount, American inventor
  5. Cecile DeWitt-Morette, French Physicist
  6. Ayna Agarwal, American Computer Scientist
  7. Aprille Ericcson-Jackson, American Mechanical Engineer
  8. Hedy Lamarr, Austrian inventor
  9. Jean E. Sammet, American, developer of FORTRAN programming language

Introduction

Explores women's contributions and focuses in fields. Analyzes gendered nature of technology. Theory and practice of technologies. (3 credits) BACC Synthesis. The Baccalaureate Core (Bacc Core) Curriculum represents what the OSU faculty believes is the foundation for students' further understanding of the modern world. Informed by natural and social sciences, arts, and humanities, the Bacc Core requires students to think critically and creatively, and to synthesize ideas and information when evaluating major societal issues. Importantly, the Bacc Core promotes understanding of interrelationships among disciplines in order to increase students' capacities as ethical citizens of an ever-changing world.

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