Study Examines Women's Participation at Scientific Conferences

December 2012
Women in Academia Report;12/11/2012, p5
The article highlights a University of California at Davis study that found women in scientific fields continues to feel discrimination during academic conferences, which they concluded after examining the programs of 21 annual meetings of the America Association of Physical Anthropology.


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