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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

WIAReport Weekly Newsletter 4-16-13


Report Finds a Large Gender Gap in Political Aspirations Among College Students

A study co-authored by Jennifer L. Lawless, associate professor of government and director of the Women & Politics Institute at American University in Washington, D.C., finds that young women in college are not as interested in careers in politics as their male peers.


Medical Schools With the Highest and Lowest Percentages of Women Graduates

There were four medical schools in the United States in 2011 where women were more than 60 percent of the graduating class. There were three medical schools where, in 2011, women were less than one third of all graduates.


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