Oral history interview with Helen Ann Bauer

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Oral history interview with Helen Ann Bauer

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2015-12-08

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Charles Babbage Institute

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Oral History

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Helen Bauer studied computer science and mathematics at Purdue University, graduating in 1972 and then starting work as a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories in Naperville, Illinois. The interview describes Bell’s affirmative action committees and workshops and its corporate culture. Bauer relates her experiences moving into managerial positions beginning in 1977, finding role models in co-workers, organizing support groups for women in management, and relating anecdotes about challenges. This material is based on work funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation award B2014-07 “Tripling Women’s Participation in Computing (1965-1985).”

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Transcript, 68 pp.

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Alfred P. Sloan Foundation award B2014-07 “Tripling Women’s Participation in Computing (1965-1985).”

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Helen Ann Bauer, OH 484. Oral history interview by Thomas J. Misa, 8 December 2015, Chicago, Illinois. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

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Bauer, Helen Ann. (2015). Oral history interview with Helen Ann Bauer. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/183264.

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