WGSS 320 Gender & Technology

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


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Financial Analysis Topics

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Cultural Research Topics

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  1. Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green, American Medical Physicist
  2. Ruzwana Bashir, British Computer Scientist
  3. Ekta Sahasi, Japanese Konica Minolta CEO
  4. Kate Unsworth, British wearables designer
  5. Zhou Qungfei, Chinese Glass Engineer
  6. Joan Higginbotham, American engineer astronaut
  7. Jessica Hische, American Type Designer
  8. Moyinoluwa Adeyemi, Nigerian Android Engineer
  9. Shirley Jackson, American Physicist and Engineer
  10. Dorothy Vaughan, American NASA Manager
  11. Siobhan Reddy, Australian Game Developer
  12. Stephanie Wilson, American Astronaut
  13. Doris Kim Sung, American Materials Scientist & Architect
  14. Sameena Shah, Indian Artificial Intelligence Engineer.
  15. Dr. Christyl Johnson, American NASA Engineer
  16. Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn, Australian Nobel Winner
  17. Katharine Burr Blodgett, American Physicist
  18. Dr. Ellan Ochoa, American Astronaut
  19. Dr. Katharine Burr Blodgett, American Physicist
  20. Stephanie Kwolek, American inventor or Kevlar
  21. Claire Boonstra, Dutch technology educator
  22. Dr. Sylvia Acevedo, American Rocket Scientist
  23. Zhou Qungfei, Chinese Glass Engineer
  24. Grace Hopper, American Programmer
  25. Valentina Tereshkova, Soviet Cosmonaut
  26. Hilary Hartley, Canadian Web Designer
  27. Chien-Shiung Wu, Chinese Physicist

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.

Class starts on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.

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

I look forward to working with you this term!

M. Van Londen