Two Denver-area junior high school girls work on projects during a free, week-long camp about science, technology and engineering at Colorado School of Mines sponsored by GE in June 2019. Best practices for education training programs developed by the National Center for Women & Information Technology has helped Mines quadruple the number of female computer-science majors to 114 last year from 24 in 2012. (Joe DelNero, Colorado School of Mines)

How to close the technology gender gap? A Colorado-launched effort starts with making sure stories don’t go untold

Ruthe Farmer, of Lafayette, has gathered teachers, technologists and developers to build a virtual timeline of computer science

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Author John Nizalewski follows the footsteps of one of his favorite authors in tales of the Southwest

In "Chronicles of the Forbidden," he displays the influence of regional icon Frank Waters in his essays on the deserts and mesas that "form a landscape that dwells on the edge of the transcendent"

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Torrential storm, vibrations of holy energy arise from forbidden objects and places

In this excerpt, author John Nizalowski weaves an intricate tapestry, rich with detail, of ancient tradition that still speaks