CRA’s Nico Habermann Award to Lucy, Bobby, and Telle for NCWIT!

March 2, 2012 at 5:31 pm 1 comment

Congratulations to Lucy, Bobby, and Telle!  Very well deserved!  NCWIT has been an amazing force in improving computing education for everyone. They focus on women & IT, but what helps women, helps everyone. Their success in improving diversity helps all of computing and the quality of everything we do.  Hooray!

The CRA Board of Directors has selected Lucy Sanders, CEO, National Center for Women & Information Technology; Robert Schnabel, Dean, School of Informatics, Indiana University; and Telle Whitney, CEO and President of the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology to receive the 2012 A. Nico Habermann Award.

The award is given for their joint efforts to establish and sustain NCWIT, a national resource dedicated to encouraging greater participation of women in the development of computing technology. Each of these individuals has played an essential role in NCWIT’s creation and success.

via Nico Habermann Award | Computing Research Association.

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