Princeton Study Strikes Sad But Familiar Chord
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Women scientists at Princeton University are far more dissatisfied with their jobs than men are, and nearly a quarter complain about inappropriate behavior by colleagues. Those findings are part of a new report by an 11-member faculty panel that parallels a groundbreaking 1999 study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (Science, 12 November 1999, p. 1272) and provides more evidence of the academic barriers facing women scientists and engineers.
Lawler, Andrew, "Princeton Study Strikes Sad But Familiar Chord" (2003). ADVANCE Library Collection. Paper 169.
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