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Instead of Work, Younger Women Head to School

December 29, 2011

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By CATHERINE RAMPELLPublished: December 28, 2011 Laura Baker left her job at a Starbucks this fall to pursue a master’s degree in strategic communications at the University of Denver. Workers are dropping out of the labor force in droves, and they are mostly women. In fact, many are young women. But they are not dropping […]

Instead of Work, Younger Women Head to School

December 29, 2011

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By CATHERINE RAMPELLPublished: December 28, 2011 Laura Baker left her job at a Starbucks this fall to pursue a master’s degree in strategic communications at the University of Denver. Workers are dropping out of the labor force in droves, and they are mostly women. In fact, many are young women. But they are not dropping […]

The gender gap

September 8, 2011

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Study shows athletically focused schools can influence gender segregation within fields of studyBy Stephen Brooks Lauren Wood | The State News The only male student in the class, nursing and kinesiology senior Cliff Miller, center, sits amongst the rest of his female classmates in his nursing seminar class Wednesday afternoon in Fee hall. Miller is […]

The gender gap

September 8, 2011

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Study shows athletically focused schools can influence gender segregation within fields of studyBy Stephen Brooks Lauren Wood | The State News The only male student in the class, nursing and kinesiology senior Cliff Miller, center, sits amongst the rest of his female classmates in his nursing seminar class Wednesday afternoon in Fee hall. Miller is […]