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Casey Dugan named one of 2015 Women to Watch in Science and Technology (up to IBM Research Computer Science Blog)
Casey Dugan of the IBM Thomas J Watson Resarch Center (Cambridge, MA) has been named one of the recipients of the Boston Business Journal 2015 Women to Watch in Science and Technology award. Each year the Boston Business Journal names 20 women to be honorees, women considered to be influential leaders and mentors in the community. As they say in the announcement, "women who shape the future of their industries."