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Growing the next generation of women in computing
Through partnerships with academic, research, and non-profit organizations and businesses, Microsoft Research believes that we can help grow the next generation of women in computing—which in turn will help foster technological innovation and improve lives around the world through greater gender diversity and creativity in computer science, electrical engineering, and informatics.
Microsoft Research women in the news
- Researcher Teevan Wins Borg Early Career Award
22 April 2014
- Dumais Receives Athena Lecturer Award
8 April 2014
- Jennifer Tour Chayes, Computer Scientist, on Creating the Tech of the Future
27 March 2013
*NCWIT.org/scorecard. *U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment by detailed occupation, 2008 and projected 2018 (Occupational Category: 15-1000). *U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System.