Associate Provost Ann Henderson on Women in the Sciences
Ann “Adjie” S. Henderson, the Graduate Center’s Associate Provost and dean for the sciences, discusses nearly a century of discrimination against women scientists in American higher education. In this opinion piece, she offers advice on how the Academy can overcome its second class treatment of women and take concrete steps to level the playing field for women in science. The original version of this article appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Conversation
blog, Oct. 8, 2013.
Submitted on: OCT 8, 2013
Category: Voices of the GC