- RESPECT 2015 | STC Broadening Participation (no date, 1st deadline March 27): Call for papers for the Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology workshop
- New Study Reveals “Double Jeopardy” Faced by Women of Color in STEM | University of California Hastings College of the Law (January 21): “The new report released by the Center for WorkLife Law starkly reveals how women of color in science, technology, engineering, and math experience pervasive gender bias.” Full report: Double Jeopardy? Gender bias against women of color in science [PDF]
- Monday, 19 January 2015 |Eileen Webb (January 19): A personal narrative about handling discomfort
- Girls Read Comics Too! An Awesome Letter from Rowan, Age 11, to DC Comics. | How Did We Get Into This Mess? (January 28): “Marvel comics made a movie about a talking tree and a raccoon awesome, but you haven’t made a movie with Wonder Woman. Girls read comics too and they care.”
- What (Some) Silicon Valley Women Think Of Newsweek | TechCrunch (January 29): “We have worked so hard to broaden the scope of what we can be, in Silicon Valley, in the world, and here comes Newsweek putting us back in the box with an image that bluntly, sloppily trivializes how painfully that progress was won.”
- The FOSDEM Conundrum | Sarah Mei (February 1): Coverage of FOSDEM’s (lack of) social conduct policy.
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