Women in IT: Where are the disconnects?

Picture credit: Harvey Mudd College While the emerging knowledge- and service industries of the 21st-century is a continuing discussion topic of public discourse, the minuscule percentage of women embarking on careers in IT is deeply troubling. The IT industry struggles to find enough applicants to fill open positions as women are losing out on a personal and societal level by not embarking on beneficial career paths, effectively excluding themselves from Economy 4.0. Problem Definition Across…
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How Unregulated For-Profits Degrade Higher Education: The Case of Raffles Education Corporation

The picture above: The Raffles Campus in Bangna, Bangkok. Nice to look at, but where are the students? After losing the TEQSA accreditation, the student population dropped from about 340 at the Silom Campus to about 70 after moving to the Bangna Campus. The Commercial and Academic Failure of Unregulated For-profit Education The following is a summary of my experiences that I made in over a decade with Raffles Education Corporation. The presented argument states…
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