Faculty and Staff

Changing It Up

Posted
May 26, 2021
Professor Pauline Mosley

Programmers won’t look like they used to. Not if⁠ Professor Pauline Mosley has her way. She’s opening the⁠ door to computer science for women and minority⁠ communities and teaching her students how to use⁠ their tech skills for the greater good. Her efforts⁠ extend from high school students in the GenCyber⁠ program she runs to advocacy and mentorship for⁠ women in tech.

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