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Improving the Status of Women in the Academy.

@article{Gee2009ImprovingTS,
  title={Improving the Status of Women in the Academy.},
  author={Michele V. Gee and Sue Margaret Norton},
  journal={Thought and Action},
  year={2009}
}
FALL 2009 163 Women now comprise more than half of the population of undergraduate students and earn nearly half of the terminal degrees awarded in the U.S. Ideally, such numbers should bode well for women in higher education. If they are earning more of the degrees, then more of them may potentially pursue graduate degrees. And, if there are more women in graduate school, then there will be more women in the pool of potential tenure-track faculty. And, if there are more women on the tenure… 
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