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Computer programming pioneer and MIT Institute Professor Barbara Liskov @ ETL

Barbara Liskov was already breaking new ground in 1968, when she became one of the first American women to earn a doctorate in the emerging discipline of computer science. 

After receiving that PhD at Stanford, she went on to design several influential programming languages, including CLU, an important precursor to Java. More recently, as an Institute Professor at MIT and head of the institute’s Programming Methodology Group, she has undertaken crucial research on distributed systems, information security and complex system failure issues. 

PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada @ ETL

Not long after landing at PagerDuty in 2016, Jennifer Tehada embarked on that harrowing rite of passage for CEOs of fortunate young startups: the pursuit of an IPO. 

The company’s goal was to build and scale a new kind of incident management platform for software developers, one that wouldn’t just monitor technology infrastructure, but also deftly manage real-time alerts and on-call responsibilities, and even proactively recognize and flag emerging opportunities. 

Academic Chats: What You Can Do to Prepare for a Faculty Career

The Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Stanford Career Education Office (BEAM), among others, offer a wide range of programs that will help you prepare for an academic career at an institution of your choice. We will review these resources and their relevant programs for the 2019-20 academic year.

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