The Maine Campus
Many women at the university find themselves in inferior roles in both the workplace and the classroom, according to a report that has received much attention since its release last month. The Task Force on the Status of Women studied the roles of females at the university for more than six months. The group concluded that the university parallels society when it comes to the treatment of women, said Marisue Pickering, executive assistant to UMaine President Dale Lick.
Social Justice_Maine Campus_vol_103_no_1_p_1-2-8-1988-09-07
Beckwith, Cynthia, "Task force finds women in lesser roles at UMaine" (1988). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 634.
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