Proud to be an alum of a women's college that has always championed women in STEM and is currently in the top 10 among all colleges and universities in terms of the percentage of female graduates pursuing doctorates in the STEM fields.
Image credit: “Computer Demonstration, Bryn Mawr and IBM,” The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education, accessed October 15, 2013, http://brynmawrcollections.org/greenfield/items/show/1445.
Like LaVar Burton said on Reading Rainbow, "But you don't have to take my word for it."
Yes, maybe it sounds a little odd that my career idol is a radio host. But hey, it's the truth. I admire his work enormously and hope that in my lifetime, I positively impact people the way he does.
Just like awesome things arrive with on other notable eves (like a new year or Santa), and I are pumped to have our first shindig with the Search Top Contributors:
Learn more about this year's Top Contributor Summit here: http://goo.gl/4YzWUI. These folks are rockstars in the Search forum (http://goo.gl/dKYyUf) and it's going to be great seeing them in-person!
Hence why I'm not invited either. But as all the top volunteers are having a party, I thought F1 would always be a good topic.
Would love to see your session results appearing in my Google Now stream.
I would recommend creating a Spreadsheet in Google Drive with two columns, one with a description of where the short URL will take you, and one with the short URLs in it.
Goo.GL has a list of all of the short URLs you have created if you sign in to Gmail before creating the short URL, but the list just goes on and on forever if you have a lot, there really is no way to organize.
- Bryn Mawr CollegeGrowth and Structure of Cities, 2006 - 2009
Native Pennsylvanian. Graduate of a women's college. Wears glasses 99.9% of the time. Lifelong student. Vegetarian. Voracious reader of nonfiction and short stories. Frequent museum-goer and lecture attendee. Enjoys technology, but regularly unplugs. Fiercely INTJ. Keeps daily appreciation journal. Invests in collecting experiences, not objects.
- 2010 - present