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This year's Women's History Month was one for the books as departments across ASU rallied in celebration and recognition of women's accomplishments, both on and off campus. From explorations of women’s movements that may save the world to discussions of women’s health issues, one thing is for certain: women across ASU are making a difference.
According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology, women make up 47 percent of all employed adults in the United States but hold only 25 percent of computing roles. That makes the need for celebrating and recognizing women's accomplishments in the tech field (and beyond) all the more important.
Looking to the future with Lev Gonick, Part 5 - Going digital with trust, wallets and transformation
Editor’s note: This is the fifth and final installment of a five-part series from ASU CIO Lev Gonick, featuring three key trends: digital trust, digital wallets and digital transformation. Read the previous installments now for more from Lev on the ten trends leading higher education in 2021.