May 15, 2013 — Google I/O 2013

ENIAC Programmers Project founder Kathy Kleiman spoke at Google I/O 2013 to a standing room only crowd along with Megan Smith, Susan Wojcicki, Jean Wang, Anna Patterson, Diane Greene, Johanna Wright, all amazing Women Techmakers of Google!
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November 25, 2008 — McLean, VA

Kathy Kleiman spoke on A Missing Chapter of Computer History: the Unknown Origins of Modern Software at MITRE’S C2 Joint Lecture Series (video teleconferenced to nationwide locations).
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“Wow, what an impacting and informative presentation about a very important part of computer history. The way Kathy explained the part these women played in maturing modern software development was outstanding. The ENIAC Project can positively influence many young women considering a career in the computer science to know that they can have a huge impact. We are looking forward to the release of the ENIAC Project documentary so we can better understand the totality of the project and the influence of the “refrigerator ladies.”
—Martin L. Edwards, Coordinator for MITRE’s Joint Lecture Series, MITRE Corporation




September 25, 2008 — Chapel Hill, NC

Kathy Kleiman delivered the Renaissance Computing Institute’s Distinguished Lecture on Shaking Up Computer History: Finding the Women of ENIAC, co-sponsored by Duke University’s Provost Office and Office of Information Technology.
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“Kathy Kleiman’s talk on the ENIAC programmers was one of the most successful RENCI Distinguished Lectures in our series. We had a full house at our Duke University location and a lively Q and A after the talk. Many attendees, in particular female students, took the time to tell me how much they enjoyed Kathy’s conversational style and how astonished they were to learn the story of the women of ENIAC. This is a story that needs to be told and that can inspire young scientists and engineers.”
—Karen Green, Director of Communications & Outreach, Renaissance Computing Institute

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