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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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No one is surprised by the fact that there is a dramatic gender imbalance in electrical engineering and computer sciences. We all seem to have accepted this imbalance as an inevitability, but we have been complacent for far too long. Eleven percent female graduates with an EECS degree in the 2015-16 academic year is abysmal on such a progressive campus.
No one is surprised by the fact that there is a dramatic gender imbalance in electrical engineering and computer sciences. We all seem to have accepted this imbalance as an inevitability, but we have been complacent for far too long. Eleven percent female graduates with an EECS degree in the 2015-16 academic year is abysmal on such a progressive campus.
By ending the ban with nothing more than slight changes to existing rules — which have been ignored before and are destined to be ignored again, especially because they’re nearly impossible to enforce — these councils prove inarguably that they remain ineffective regulators.
By ending the ban with nothing more than slight changes to existing rules — which have been ignored before and are destined to be ignored again, especially because they’re nearly impossible to enforce — these councils prove inarguably that they remain ineffective regulators.