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He was also the production designer for the Disney feature film, Atlantis: The Lost Empire in , and was a concept artist for 's Blade II , also directed by del Toro, and a concept artist for Pixar 's Brave. His redesign of Mr. Freeze was used for the series. Hellboy was made into a feature film in by director Guillermo del Toro.
Mignola was closely involved with the movie's production, and a sequel was released in Hellboy has been made into two direct-to-video animated films, Sword of Storms in and Blood and Iron in In May it was announced that Mignola would co-write the script for an R-rated Hellboy reboot film that would be directed by Neil Marshall and star David Harbour as Hellboy.
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Archived from the original on January 14, Archived from the original on August 19, We expect this to be a game-changer in the trajectory of high school girls who participate. We know from research that, because of stereotypes about women in science and unwelcoming technical cultures, young women are less likely to choose STEM fields, and more likely to drop out of technical fields at every transition point along the way. The high school students will gain critical leadership skills necessary to a successful college transition into a STEM major. Furthermore, they will have developed a critical tool to combat the isolation that is often experienced for women in STEM: a circle of peers to whom they can turn when they experience challenges and encounter bias.
They will also develop lifelong mentoring relationships to the circle leaders and to industry role models.
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Boyle: How does this program build upon the work VMware and Clayman have done together? Correll: At Stanford, we see the value in building alliances between academia and industry as ways to drive meaningful culture change, and we value the work we have done with VMware through the Clayman Corporate Program.
In fact, VMware was the first company to work with us on rolling out the program in industry. We worked together to tailor the curriculum, making it most impactful for participants at VMware, and have delivered to over employees.
Seeds of Change: Committing to Diversity with Stanford
We measure the program for effectiveness and, due to its overwhelming success, have a solid model for Seeds of Change. How will VMware employees be able to get involved? Correll: The depth of the ongoing relationship between Stanford and VMware will enable us to scale this program for greater impact. Boyle: What are your plans in terms of growing Seeds of Change in the years to come?
Correll: The initiative will begin at Stanford, then scale in the Bay Area and nationally to reach thousands of college women and high school girls by A key piece of work for us will be developing a curriculum that can meet the needs of high school girls from various backgrounds, races and ethnicities, and regions. Boyle: What advice do you have to other organizations looking to get involved with this cause or implement similar programs? Correll: My advice is as follows — before you go and invest or get involved in increasing the pipeline, take a hard look at yourself and your own culture first.
Many companies want to start their efforts by investing in the pipeline — but I believe they should start by working on their own cultures. For the past 3 years, VMware has been working on its own culture to be more inclusive. This is where the work starts.