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Lauren Miller, St Louis Public Library

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  • Math/CS Club
When Wed, Nov 29, 2017
from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where Ritter Lobby
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This week Lauren Miller is coming to talk about the under representation of women in not only Math and CS, but all of STEM. She will discuss how this correlates to how women learn and approach problem solving and algorithms in different ways than men.

Lauren is the organizer for "Girls Who Code" at the St Louis Public Libraries.  This is a new organization starting up at multiple library branches, and there are some great opportunities for volunteers to work with middle school girls on coding projects.  Come find out about this awesome project.

 

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