Stories by Cheryl Bentsen

Why Women Hate I.T.

The Boca Raton Resort & Club looms over Florida's Gold Coast like some swank pink phantasm of the Jazz Age. A gaudy, sherbet confection of Spanish-Mediterranean, Moorish and Gothic excess, with hidden gardens, barrel-tile roofs, archways, ornate columns and critter-studded fountains--the ladies' rooms alone could pass for posh digs on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

Playing a New Role in the Digital Age

Jos-Marie Griffiths is CIO for the University of Michigan and a professor in the graduate School of Information, where students prepare for careers as webmasters, CIOs, librarians, information economists, digital preservationists, consultants and software engineers. The British-born Griffiths has tackled IT projects for the U.S. Department of Energy, the IRS, Unesco, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, Lucent Technologies Inc.'s Bell Labs and the British Library.