Women In Technology - Friday Links - 5th February 2021



As usual, we prepared traditional WIT links for you for the upcoming weekend!


📚Links to check:


February is a Black History Month (celebrated in USA)

[History] These 19 black women fought for voting rights


[Online Museum] AMAZING collection of online exhibitions and collections from multiple museums

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society.



#unconsciousbias #sexism

The president of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee apologized for saying women have an 'annoying' tendency to make meetings run long



The Women of Wikipedia Are Writing Themselves Into History



Women in the Workplace 2020



🎵Interesting podcasts:



Check podcast about the phenomenal historical figure, very much inspired by the example of Emmeline Pankhurst



🎥Super interesting documentary:



about important figures in recording the women's condition in France

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carole_Roussopoulos &

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphine_Seyrig#Les_Insoumuses (including Simone de Beauvoir)



Call from https://www.instagram.com/women.doing.science/  - profile with 90k subscribers, asking us to submit a feature about Women Doing Science@HEP (please don't forget to mention WIT@CERN so we could be tagged as well :) )



👷‍WIT Community Job


WIT is looking for someone to join the Outreach coordination team. This is a really rewarding role where you will work closely with other groups at CERN and in the local area to devise and organize outreach events for women and girls, like Django girls coding events, visits in local schools, ICT meetups. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic about inspiring more women into tech and has enough technical background (or willingness to learn!) to contribute to the outreach material itself.

To discuss further please contact:



🏁Other interesting job offers:


The University of Maastricht/Nikhef group is looking for two postdocs two work on developing Quantum Computing algorithms applied to future LHCb and Gravitational Wave data analysis.

The candidate will collaborate with domain researchers in Fundamental Physics and Quantum Computing at Maastricht University and IBM Research - Zurich.



We wish you a lovely weekend,


on behalf of the WIT steering committee




About the Women in Technology (WIT) Community: The aim of this community is to provide an environment in which women are not in the minority when interacting with technology. Our objectives are: to encourage women to play the role of expert; to provide a supportive learning environment; and to build a network between the Women in Technology here at CERN. WIT welcomes members from all genders and all technical fields. Visit cern.ch/wit

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