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Julia Frugoli JFRUGOLI at BIO.TAMU.EDU
Tue Mar 26 12:12:09 EST 1996


>
>B.A.Shama at MCS.salford.ac.uk wrote:
>: What are the reasons for there being so few women in computer 
>science?
>
>: Is it family ties?, Not intelligent enough?, Think differently to 
>men?,
>: Have they not been studying in this discipline for long? The 
>discipline not 
>: being attractive enough, either financially or in a practical 
>context?
>
>: What can be done to improve the situation?
>: More education at an early age?, Not being stereotyped into certain 
>jobs?,
>
>: ANY COMMENTS?
 Mr. Chan replied:

>You are right on all account and  I am afraid there arent anything we
>can do about it. When it comes down to dedication, logical thinking
>and scientific research we dont find many women who is versatile in 
>this
>field.


Give me a break-I'm assuming this is a troll for flames, typos and all, 
as this is an entire newsgroup of dedicated, logical, women with a 
talent for  scientific research.  Nice try Mr. Chan.  Get your kicks 
elsewhere.
Julia Frugoli
Dartmouth College

visiting grad student at
Texas A&M University
Department of Biological Sciences
College Station, TX 77843
409-845-0663
FAX 409-847-8805



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