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Jackie Robinson

LIFE / J.R. Eyerman

Minorities make up nearly half the players in today's Major League Baseball. Not so for women in computer science. They're not integrated because computer science hasn't yet overcome its biases, writes Elena R. Strange in Ubiquity. Women needn't be all-stars like Jackie Robinson to become disciplined, consistent team players, she says.

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