The Ohio State University
Chelsea Hagan | February 9, 2016
Although only 30 percent of today’s tech industry (link is external) is female, women have contributed in huge ways to technology (link is external) over the years. From Susan Kare who is often known as “the Betsy Ross of the Personal Computer,” Grace Hopper, a pioneer for programming to Radia Perlman, the network engineer that made Ethernet technology a household name.
This month, we’re taking a look at the stories behind women in technology at Ohio State. We’re kicking things off with Stephanie Orr, the Associate Director of Learning Experience for...