Paramus High student wins national award for women in technology

Publish a book: check. Contribute research to a Harvard-run journal: check. Launch a computer science camp for young people: check.

That’s not all Paramus High School junior Danielle Park accomplished this past year. She was crowned one of 40 national winners, the only one from New Jersey, in the National Center for Women and Information Technology’s Award for Aspirations in Computing. 

The awards recognize female, genderqueer or non-binary high school students across the U.S. who excel and wish to advance in technology and computing. Out of more than 3,500 applicants, the center chose 360 honorable mentions along with 40 national

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Women discuss their life in tech | News, Sports, Jobs

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Cindy Rutyna, third from right, speaks during a panel Wednesday on women in information technology during Michigan Technological University’s computing showcase. Ally Financial Services senior technology director Paula Stolar, far left, moderated the panel, which also included, from left, Carrie Schaller, Elaine Stephens, Kathy Bellotti and Mari Buche.

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Women are significantly underrepresented in STEM professions and for the few who are pursuing science, technology, engineering or math careers – there are a lot of financial challenges. That’s why a lot of companies and organizations are offering scholarships and other financial assistance to help bridge this gender gap in these crucial fields.

Only 1 in 4 people working in computer and mathematical professions and 1 in 6 in architecture and engineering careers are women, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. What’s more, for every dollar a man in STEM makes, a woman earns 14 cents less, according

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MIDDLETOWN, Pa. — Linda Null, associate professor of computer science in the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology at Penn State Harrisburg, was named a finalist for the Moxie Award at the 2021 Women in Technology Awards, hosted by the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania in September. 

The Moxie Award is a prestigious accolade given to a woman in Pennsylvania who has accumulated great success in a science and technology field. Null was one of three finalists. 

“[The Moxie Award] basically is for women that have already blazed the trail for women in technology, [for others] to try and follow

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Yelena Yesha has been appointed the first Knight Chair of the Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) at the University of Miami. “She is the perfect fit because she also has the expertise in translating data science into computer applications to solve real-world problems,” said IDSC founding director Nicholas Tsinoremas.



As an expert in blockchain technology, personalized health care, and electronic commerce, Yelena Yesha has always been drawn to challenges.

When the teenage math and physics whiz won second place in Ukraine’s Physics Olympics, she was offered an accelerated path to college—but only if her parents agreed to stay

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