A student's suit over lack of single-sex facilities raises the question: Do college women deserve some spaces where men won't be disrobing?
Study of economists -- complete with control group -- shows impact of coaching women on the process or getting published and winning grants.
Study both backs up and challenges conventional wisdom about whether presence of female faculty members influences female students' choice of major.
Scholars document the gender gap in cooking, cleaning and laundry among scientists -- and suggest a new employee benefit may be key to the advancement of women.
New analysis suggests that -- except for Latinos -- the decline in male enrollment rates has leveled off.
Carmen Twillie Ambar is president of a small college in Pennsylvania -- and the mother of three toddlers.
Upsetting some students, U. of Minnesota Medical School stops using live patients to teach pelvic exams.
A year after one university insisted on removing part of photography show, U. of Louisville defends the project, which includes images of naked girls and women.
New study finds women tend to stagnate in faculty rank after earning tenure, while men tend to go on to full professorships.
Recent violent outbursts among female athletes garner lots of media attention and worry some educators. But many observers say the incidents are aberrations.
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