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educator , Computer scientist

Bernice Sacks Lipkin, American computer scientist, educator. Achievements include design of system for manipulation and analysis of text data files, documentation and instruction manuals; teaching children computer concepts and programming. Cerebral Palsy Society fellow in neurophysiology, 1961-1962, National Institutes of Health trainee, 1955-1958.

Background

Lipkin, Bernice Sacks was born on December 21, 1927 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Milton and Esther Miriam (Berchuck) Sacks.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry, Northeastern University, 1949. Master of Arts in Psychology, Boston University, 1950. Doctor of Philosophy in Experimental Psychology, Columbia University, 1961.

Career

Research and development scientist, Directorate Science and Technology, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1964-1970;scientist department computer science, U. Maryland., Greenbelt, 1971-1972;health science administrator, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., 1972-1988;consultant computerized text analysis, data exploration, L+B and Company, Bethesda, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design of system for manipulation and analysis of text data files, documentation and instruction manuals. Teaching children computer concepts and programming.

Works

Membership

Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, American Psychological Association, Optical Society of America, Association Computing Machinery, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Lewis Edward Lipkin. Children: Joel Arthur, Libbe Lipkin Englander.

father:
Milton Sacks

mother:
Esther Miriam (Berchuck) Sacks

spouse:
Lewis Edward Lipkin;children: Joel Arthur

children:
Joel Arthur Lipkin

Libbe Lipkin Englander Lipkin