Two HSTM graduate students, Nicholas Lewis and William Vogel, received laudatory articles for their recent publications in the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.

Vogel's article is entitled “'The Spitting Image of a Woman Programmer': Changing Portrayals of Women in the American Computing Industry, 1958–1985" and is featured here: http://publications.computer.org/annals/2017/10/16/history-of-women-programmers-in-computing-gender/

Lewis' article is entitled, "Purchasing Power: Rivalry, Dissent, and Computing Strategy in Supercomputer Selection at Los Alamos" and is featured here: http://publications.computer.org/annals/2017/12/12/los-alamos-national-laboratory-history-ibm-cdc-rivalry/

Congratulations, Nic and Will, on your hard work!