Black Issues in Higher Education
Cox, Matthews, and Associates
In 2001, a roundtable on gender disparities for female professors in higher education was held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The focus of the roundtable was "how best to ensure women professors experience the same opportunities, recognition and rewards as their male counterparts." Some three years later, a few faculty members from various disciplines weigh in with various perspectives on the current state of the gender gap.
Black Issues. (2004). Faculty Members Weigh In on the Gender Divide in Academia. Black Issues in Higher Education, 22(54).
Originally published by Cox, Matthews, and Associates. Reprinted with permission from Diverse: Issues in Higher Education (formerly Black Issues in Higher Education). Read full text online.
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