More Women Becoming College Professors For Less Pay, Fewer Promotions: Study

March 1999
Jet;03/08/99, Vol. 95 Issue 14, p22
Focuses on a study of women college professors in the United States by the American Association of University Professors. Increase in the percentage of women professors; Positions and payment of female professors compared to male professors.


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