June 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Jun70, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p64
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Reports on women graduates in engineering and science in a large Midwestern university as of 1970, as presented in the report 'The Female Engineer and Scientist: Factors Associated With the Pursuit of a Professional Career,' by Carolyn Cummings Perrucci. Employment of women scientists and engineers.


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