Tag Archive: Women in IT

Top 5 Blog Themes for 2021

From L to R: UC CIO Van Williams poses with his 3 sons, UC employees distribute supplies, and UC President Michael V. Drake

By Yvonne Tevis and Van Williams. This year, for the annual “Top 5 Blog” retrospective, we decided to take the twenty stories that got the most views and find general themes—which actually reflect what you like to read about. It’s…
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Save the Date: Nov. 20 UC WIT Webinar

Ann Kovalchick, Associate Vice Chancellor and CIO at UC Merced

The UC Women in Technology Committee is pleased to announce a webinar with Ann Kovalchick, UC Merced chief information officer. Title: The First Woman Man: Gender labels and workplace expectations Description: A discussion on the real and imagined responsibilities of being…
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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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