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ERIC Number: ED063893
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Nov-15
Pages: 43
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Academic Employment of Women at Stanford.
Miner, Anne S.
Women in the academic world, as in other types of professions, have traditionally been discriminated against with regard to rank, promotions, and salary. The author or the present document was asked to carry out a special study and analysis of the employment of women at Stanford University; to review the status of women at all levels of employment; study university policies and procedures that are applicable to this matter; and provide recommendations for policy changes needed to achieve the elimination of sex discrimination in employment actions. On the basis of the findings of the author, it is evident that an affirmative action program must be instituted at Stanford in the very near future. Thus, the author recommends a 20-point affirmative action program that requires an active recruitment program for women, an assessment of salary levels by sex, and a fair policy for the reappointment and promotion of all faculty members. (HS)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA.