University of Manitoba Slammed in Study For Sexist Faculty Hiring & Promotion Practices (PTers Overwhelmingly Female)

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By Nick Martin Three University of Manitoba professors have launched a scathing attack on their university for employing far more male than female professors and for allegedly paying women less than men. The study, “Ten Years After: Sex and Salaries at a Canadian University,” was published last month by the journal Canadian Public Policy, and written by U of M economics professors Laura Brown and Elizabeth Troutt, and sociology professor Susan Prentice.The study compares U of M faculty in 1993 and 2003 — and though the data are eight years old, Brown argued that the study shows the need for the […]
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