Case Studies of Undergraduate Women's Leadership Development at a State University

@inproceedings{Lynch2003CaseSO,
  title={Case Studies of Undergraduate Women's Leadership Development at a State University},
  author={Judith Marie Lynch},
  year={2003}
}
Leadership development among undergraduate college women is essential to institutions of higher education and to society. Research has indicated that sex-bias and sex-stereotypes are abundant, with men frequently being labeled as the more prominent gender in leadership roles and situations. Opportunities for women to emerge as leaders have not been as plentiful as they have for men, often limiting the self-awareness that women may have of their own strengths. The purpose of this study was to… CONTINUE READING

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