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  • NASA-Langley Dedicates Computational Facility to Katherine Johnson

    “I do thank you so much for your attention, for your kindness, but more than that, I’m so happy to see you giving more recognition to women for the work that they have done.” At 97-years old, Katherine Johnson's voice is quiet,
  • Human Computer Project to Announce Launch at Event Hosted by Americans Who Tell the Truth and ASALH Hampton Roads

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  • The Human Computer Project, Americans Who Tell the Truth and ASALH Hampton Roads Host Event in Hampton, Virginia

    PRESS RELEASE: August 31, 2015 CARTER G.
  • Intel invests $300 million in workplace diversity

    Tech titan Intel has pledged $300 million to back its efforts to diversify its workforce.
  • The Power of Story, 2014 Edition

    That storytelling, one of humankind's oldest activities, is topping the list of 2014's most compelling "technologies" is a testament to the power of a good narrative to transform even the most challenging situations.
  • Google and Lawrence O'Donnell honor pioneering Human Computers

    World War II was a watershed moment for professional female mathematicians.
  • Margot Lee Shetterly speaks at NASA Langley's Women's History Program

    Hidden Figures author Margot Lee Shetterly presents her research as a part of NASA-Langley's Women's History Money celebration.