They're Not All Teva-Wearing Frumps!

Sive, Hazel; Ridgway, Nicole
August 2011
Marie Claire (US Edition);Aug2011, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p87
An interview with professor Hazel Sive, an associate dean of the School of Science of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is presented. When asked about the issue of sexism in MIT, he refers to the admission of some female students on the basis of their gender. He also reveals that there was an unequal distribution of income between male and female professors at the time when he joined MIT.


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