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The 2019 Diversity/Women in IT Panel: Who Belongs in Tech?

2019 Women in IT panel at UCTech

By Chasiri Sherron. “Change happens by incorporating diverse perspectives,” said Ann Kovalchick, UC Merced chief information officer (CIO), when introducing the 2019 UCTech Conference Diversity/WIT Panel, “Reframing Technical Difficulties – Expertise, Inclusivity, and How Work Gets Done in IT.”


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Women in Technology: What Do University of California Women Leaders Say?

Women in IT panel at UCCSC

By Julia Chen. Despite their growing numbers, women in technology still face significant barriers in the workplace. According to a 2016 report performed by the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT), only 25% of the computing workforce…
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Why not start by stopping to think: Where’s your data?

Posted by Annelie Rugg, Humanities CIO, UCLA Center for Digital Humanities. Data is a hot topic, not just in digital humanities, but throughout academia, as well as in medicine, commerce, public policy, etc. ‘Big data’, ‘deep data’, ‘metadata’, ‘data visualization’…
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Inaugural UC IT Leadership, Innovation and Collaboration Program

In June I wrote via this blog about an upcoming professional development program for emerging IT leaders across the UC system – the UC IT Leadership, Innovation and Collaboration Program. The inaugural cohort participated in the first module, August…
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