IBM introduces its innovative solution to heat dispersal for high performance computers, the award-winning Thermal Conduction Module.
Charlotte Tyson is nominated as the first female IEEE Section Chair of the Denver Section.
A field administration manager in Rockville, Md., in 1984.
Risina Bright joins the Hursley, UK Quarter Century Club (QCC) member, the first female in Hursley to achieve that distinction.
Frances Allen -- part of the first generation of women scientists who joined IBM Research in the 1950s -- becomes the company's first female IBM Fellow. The elite award honors her sustained history of technical achievements and business accomplishments, and recognizes her strong potential to make continuing contributions to IBM and to the industry.
IBM Academy forms. Frances Allen (IBM Fellow Emerita), an original Academy member, later became the first and (to date) only woman Academy president.