CHEN | Reversing the ‘Woman in STEM’ Card

Sometime last week, I stumbled across a LinkedIn post titled “Boy + General category = no future.” Attached was a first-person-account of the tech industry. A male candidate and a female candidate had taken a coding challenge for a Google Internship. The former scored 200/200 and the latter — the female — scored 5/200. The female was selected. The rant went on: “I saw 100s of posts on LinkedIn where only girls have been shortlisted for further interviews …

UCode Classes Move Onto Cornell’s Campus

With a curriculum first pioneered by Cornell engineers, UCode, a national programming engineering company, has returned home after relocating their Ithaca classes to Carpenter Hall.