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PBS NEWSHOUR

Why More Women Aren't Computer Scientists, Engineers

  • Aired: 04/26/2012
  • 07:57
  • Rating: E
"If you completely shut out the entire feminine perspective on the world," says Maria Klawe of Harvey Mudd College, "you're going to have a different set of products." Judy Woodruff and Klawe discuss why more women aren't pursuing careers in hard sciences, and Klawe's plans to bridge the gaps in engineering and computer science.
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