Hi Folks,

I'm teaching systems analysis at SILS (UNC CH) this semester.

Though the course is required for the IS degree, it's not required for the
LS degree.

However, the majority of my students this semester are LS.  And the vast
majority are women.

Apropos of the part of the thread that dealt with numbers:

For those of you who came into this community and at some point went
through a MSLS or MSIS program I am wondering if there are things I could
try to do that might have an impact on better aligning the ratio of men to
women in code4lib and the technology end of the field in general to that
in the general population?

Was there a moment of clarity?  A person who said or modeled the right
thing?  A project that helped uncover a skill you didn't know you had?

And, I am not just interested in what I can do through one class, but also
what the curriculum and school could do more holistically.