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Tenure route longer for women in science

By Jessica T. Lee
Globe Correspondent / July 6, 2004

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Women in science and engineering are less likely than men to earn tenure, and having children earlier is particularly damaging to a woman's chances of upward mobility, according to a National Science Foundation study released last month. (Full Article: 515 Words)

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