Thea D. Hodge
Thea D. Hodge (November 8, 1922 – March 3, 2008) was a member of Association for Computing Machinery and a cofounder of the Minneapolis chapter of the Association for Women in Computing. Hodge was a pioneer for women in computer science and mentored many women in the field. She worked at New York University from 1943–44, then spent 1960–67 at Illinois Institute of Technology. From 1967–68, Hodge worked at the University of Chicago. Hodge was hired by Northwestern University in 1968, before moving to the University of Minnesota in 1971, where she retired in 1990.
- "2004 Hall of Fame Award Inductees:Thea Drell Hodge". Association for Computing Machinery. 2004. Retrieved November 25, 2014.
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