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Margaret Hamilton

Thanks to Richard Ziglar, who pointed out this Wikipedia post about Margaret Hamilton and the code she wrote for the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC), pictured below.

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Ann Baker-Smith

Thank you to Jimi Cullen, who suggested I repost his blogpost about his grandmother on GGSTEM!  Jimi’s blog focusses on his thoughts, interests, and experiences in mathematics, theoretical computer science, and with STEM ethics and diversity. Jimi writes: Today (October … Continue reading

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Arlette Lambert Porter

Arlette Lambert Porter – BS pure Mathematics – Wake Forest 1965 Mother of Andrea Porter Kittrell – BS Chemistry – Duke 1989; MD Wake Forest 1993 Grandmother of Allie, Anna Claire & Elizabeth Kittrell – future Duke or WFU grads! … Continue reading

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Ann Johnson

Adam Johnson submitted this entry from his Mom (pictured here with his kids): I was not a grandmother when I became a Systems Engineer with IBM in the 1960’s, the decade that IBM first began to hire female systems engineers. … Continue reading

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