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Jessica Klein '02 helps rebuild community through civic hacking

Jessica Klein ’02: Civic Hacker

Jessica Klein Helps Rebuild Community through Civic Hacking When Superstorm Sandy destroyed communities along the coastline of New York and New Jersey, Jessica Klein '02 joined the scores of people who rushed to help first responders, family, and friends. Klein, a native of Rockaway Beach—a…... » Read more

Jean Sammet '48

Ten Minutes With Jean Sammet ’48

Programming Pioneer, Jean Sammet Jean E. Sammet ’48 majored in mathematics at Mount Holyoke and was a pioneer in developing and researching programming languages. She created FORMAC, the first widely used computer language for symbolic manipulation of mathematical formulas. Sammet has won numerous awards, most…... » Read more

Twitter for the Skeptical Professional

  If you haven’t used Twitter, the idea may seem a bit silly; you’ve probably heard that people write about what they had for lunch. I thought that at first, but I have come to find it a very useful professional tool. As a librarian,…... » Read more

Leticia Barr ’96 is a Tech Savvy Mama

  If you have ever wished you were a more technology-literate parent, or alternatively that you knew other parents as tech savvy as you, then check out professional blogger Leticia Barr’s Tech Savvy Mama. For years Leticia Barr ’96 worked as a school administrator with…... » Read more