Whether a professor is male or female has little to no effect on how a student performs in the class, study finds.
Thanks to improved outreach efforts, engineering and technology universities are seeing a boost in female enrollments nearly across the board.
As Randolph College welcomes its first male students and adjusts to new name, alumnae continue to protest the changes.
University of Kentucky takes evidence-based approach to combating violence against women -- and early results are promising.
Essay prompts debate over paucity of women in top departments and in the pages of top journals.
Harvard and its competitors are busting the myth that the model M.B.A. applicant has worked five years after college.
Plenty of female basic scientists earn Ph.D.'s and start careers on medical school faculties, but barriers and unrealistic expectations make them flee in droves before they reach the pinnacle.
Discussion assessing the state of research on women in the sciences covers lots of ground with collegiality and just a dash of contention.
Congressional panel considers recruitment and retention issue, while Stanford study examines impact of low female participation on undergraduate math, science and engineering majors.
Research on women and minorities in the sciences and social sciences examines the entire population of professors at top 100 departments in 15 fields.
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