In this episode, we meet Dickinson students Katya Egorova ’22 and Pamela Ortiz ’22, computer science majors who brought Girls Who Code to campus. We’ll hear how the group that aims to close the gender gap in tech is thriving by offering technical know-how, support and a unique space for women in STEM.
Plus, Puzzlemaster and Associate Professor of Mathematics Jeff Forrester reveals the answer to last episode’s question and has a new puzzle that will have you hunting for a trailblazer. Know the answer? Email email@example.com for a chance to win Dickinson swag!
Also, interim President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, updates us on The Campaign for Scholarships: Change a Life—Change the World and the college’s new All Devils Rise initiative in support of our student-athletes.
EPISODE 1 SEGMENTS
Girls Who Code at Dickinson College
Two friends at Dickinson promised each other they would stick with the computer science major, no matter how tough things got. We’ll hear how they expanded their commitment to support more women in tech by bringing Girls Who Code to campus.
Puzzler: “Oh, the Places She’ll Go!”
Professor Jeff Forrester shares the new puzzler: “Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello, is that where we start? Right idea, wrong place, wrong time … think Harlem and the 1920s instead. Think Thoughtless Thinks by a Thinkless Thaughter, which, of course, sounds a little Seussian but this is serious business. A trailblazer, this one, a breaker of barriers, recognized with the golden key of scholarship. We are proud she once wore the Red and White. Then off to the salons. A teacher, an activist, a poet, her name lives on at the college, guiding students moral, ethical and intellectual development. If you haven’t figured it out just yet, find the nearest flag and give a solemn and thoughtful salute.”
Listen to the new question at the 2:15 mark.
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win some Dickinson swag!
Interim President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11
Interim President Jones updates us on The Campaign for Scholarships: Change a Life—Change the World and the college’s new All Devils Rise initiative in support of our student-athletes.
The Good is produced by Craig Layne and Christine Baksi in association with Dickinson College's Office of Marketing & Communications. Craig Layne is the host. The podcast's theme music was composed by Jong Ho Choi '18.
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Published February 24, 2022