ERIC Number: ED041537
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-May-1
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Women in the University of Chicago. Report of the Committee on University Women.
Chicago Univ., IL.
Part 1 of this report on the status of women at the University of Chicago deals with women on the regular teaching faculties, their numbers and locations, potential pools of faculty women, recruitment procedures, promotions and reappointments, cases of alleged discrimination, nepotism, work patterns, reported satisfactions and dissatisfactions, equity in faculty salaries, salaries of married women, women as teachers and researchers, part-time appointment, period to tenure, changing career patterns, the tandem team, and child care. It also discusses women lecturers and research associates, their number and types, satisfactions and dissatisfaction, and why so many women are in these positions. Part 2 deals with women students, specifically: (1) trends in enrollment and degrees granted; (2) admissions and financial aid policies as they affect women; (3) attrition rates; (4) career plans; (5) older students; (6) part-time students and the problem of child care; and (7) campus student life. Part 3 summarizes the findings and recommendations. The appendices present data on: (1) awards, honors, and administrative positions; (2) earned PhDs from leading universities by sex; (3) changes in the supply of highly educated women; (4) the student survey; and (5) dissents and comments. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Chicago Univ., IL.
Identifiers: University of Chicago IL