Impact Feature Issue on Employment and Women With Disabilities
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math(sidebar)
- Roadmaps and Rampways: Profiles of Students with Disabilities in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology (). On this Web site are personal stories of 11 young women with disabilities pursuing careers and higher education in science, math, engineering and technology fields. They participated in the Entry Point! Program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a program offering internship opportunities in those fields for students with disabilities.
- IBM Women in the Women in Technology International Hall of Fame . Included in this online Hall of Fame are video clips and the transcript from an interview with Chieko Asakawa, who is responsible for the research and development of IBM software and applications that significantly improve Web accessibility for people with visual impairments and other disabilities. She became blind as a teenager, and has been doing computer accessibility research since the 1980s.