Google's Women Techmakers program aims to remove barriers for women in computing roles through a series of global events.
ABI Board of Trustees Chair Francine Berman co-authored an article about making gender diversity a priority in the emerging field of data science.
ABI accepted more than 480 students and faculty to receive scholarships for attending this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC).
ABI India is recognized for its efforts in promoting women in computer science by The New Indian Express. The paper also advertised several events that will occur at GHCI 2015 in December in Bangalore.
ABI's Elizabeth Ames commented that education programs like Facebook's cybersecurity camp can help diversify the tech industry, but it is not the only step to take.