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Engaging Young Women and Girls in STEM to Bridge the Cybersecurity Job Gap
Security Magazine
8 March 2020

IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta contributes an article to Security Magazine focusing on how to best engage young women and girls in STEM to help bridge the cybersecurity job gap moving forward.
IEEE Senior member Feng Xu shares the scientific achievements in communications, sensing, and other life-changing technologies in the last 50 years.

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