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Gender gap separates Harvard, other top schools

Efforts on women outpaced elsewhere

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / January 24, 2005

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Despite its preeminence among the world's universities, Harvard University has never been considered a strong leader in promoting women's equality in academia. Critics say Harvard has done less than many other top universities to acknowledge its shortcomings and try to overcome them. (Full article: 1369 words)

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