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ERIC Number: ED054723
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 69
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Women on Campus: 1970; A Symposium.
Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Center for Continuing Education for Women.
The symposium: Women on Campus, 1970, held at Michigan University on October 14, 1970, centered on 3 major topics: "Toward a New Psychology of Women"; "The Case of the Woman Graduate Student"; and "The University and Women." The papers that were presented concerning the first topic included: "Internal Barriers to Achievement in Women--An Introduction," by Elizabeth Douvan; "Psychological and Psychosomatic Responses to Oral Contraceptive Use," by Judith Bardwick; "The Motive to Avoid Success and Changing Aspirations of College Women," by Matina Horner; and "Differential Impact of College on Males and Females," by D. Diane Hatch. Papers presented on the second topic included: "The Woman Graduate Student in Sociology," by Greer Litton Fox; "Graduate Women in Political Science--A Recent Research Study," by Sybil Stokes; "Discrimination and the Women Law Student, by Noel Anketell Kramer; "The Black Woman Graduate Student," by Grace E. Mack; and "A Graduate in Population Planning Looks at the Future of Women," by Carolyn Houser. The 2 papers on the last topic were: "reflections on the Future of Universities and of University Women," by Charles H. Tilly; and "Change for Women--Glacial or Otherwise," by Jean W. Campbell. Some recent research on women at Michigan is included in the report. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Center for Continuing Education for Women.
Identifiers: University of Michigan
Note: Proceedings of the Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 14, 1970