Two Steps Forward, One Step Back | GenomeWeb

In 1999, a report emerged showing that MIT had discriminated against female professors, and ever since then, the institution has been a "national model for addressing gender inequity," says The New York Times' Kate Zernike. Now, however, a new internal report on those efforts shows the consequences of all of MIT's progress.

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