Various blog posts:
- Communications of
the ACM Blog@ACM, where I post periodically (links to recent
posts are given below)
- How We Teach Should Be Independent Of Who We Are Teaching, October 11, 2016.
- A Very Local Snapshot of K-12 CS Education, June 30, 2016.
- Why is Ada Lovelace Still the Woman that Young (and Not So Young) Women Look To?, December 10, 2015.
- The 'Frenzy About High Tech Talent' and a Call for Corporate Action, October 26, 2015.
- If Something Seems Odd, Check the Data, and Check It Again! , August 18, 2015.
- Things That Men Can Do To Be Real Allies For Women In Computing, August 3, 2015
- Some Thoughts For Computer Science Teaching Assistants (and Faculty), January 4, 2015
- Women in STEM, Women in Computer Science: We're Looking At It Incorrectly, December 1, 2014
- The Toy Aisle Matters More Than Ever: Girls and Computing, November 19, 2014
- Satya Nadella and Grace Hopper, October 16, 2014
- The Frontier of Small Data, September 29, 2013
- Is It Time to Change How Software Developers Are Hired?, December 18, 2012
- Exciting 'Big Data' Medical Applications, November 12, 2012
- Computer Science Teachers
Association Advocate Blog, where I posted when I was on the
CSTA board (links for select posts are below)
- Something Old, Something New, July 30, 2013
- What's Not to Love About NYC Pilot Program, March 25, 2013
- On Grades and STEM, February 12, 2013
can be a computer scientist and a feminist, part of
Anita's Quilt - Threads of Inspiration, January 31, 2013
- There's Nothing Like a Good Book, November 3, 2012
Press articles and other media
- Computer Science as Liberal Arts 'Enabler', Inside Higher Ed, February 23, 2016
- Ahead of the Class, Behind in the Field, Albany Times Union Women@Work magazine, February, 2016.
- Logging on to the Future, Colby Magazine, Fall 2015.
Careers in Engineering and Information Technology, quoted in
"Will women fill the need for more IT professionals", Summer/Fall 2012.
- New York Times Letter to the Editor, 4/9/2012
"STEM and Humanities: It Isn't Either-Or", published
4Humanities, January 17, 2012
- SQL Anywhere picked up some of my blog post on Barbara Liskov's talk at the 2011 Grace Hopper Conference
- NSF CISE
Broader Impacts for Research and Discovery Summit, 2010