Climbing the Academic Ladder: Doctoral Women Scientists in Academe : a Report to the Office of Science and Technology Policy from the Committee on the Education and Employment of Women in Science and Engineering, Commission on Human Resources, National Research Council
National Academies, Jan 1, 1979 - Sex discrimination against women - 155 pages
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25 Inst 4-Yr Growth academic Academy of Sciences affirmative action assistant professors Biological Sciences career chemistry cohort Commission on Human degrees departments Doctorate Recipients Earth Sciences Engineering Doctorate equal opportunity estimates are subject Field and Sex full professors Higher Education Human Resources increase Institute of Medicine male marital status married women Mathematics Medical Sciences National Academy National Research Council National Science Foundation non-response bias Number and Percent numbers of women Percent of Women percentages Ph.D Ph.D's in science postdoctoral appointments postdoctoral training professional proportion of women provided in Appendix Psychology ranking of institutions salary sample survey science and engineering Scientists and Engineers Second 25 sex differences Social Sciences statistics survey is provided Survey of Doctorate table are weighted top 25 institutions Total types of error UNIV Uotal Washington weighted estimates women faculty women Ph.D.'s women scientists