We Were Not Always Best Friends

Jennifer Barton, PhD: We Were Not Always Best Friends

Emphasizes peer relationships and departmental climate.

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Woman vs. The Man
Describes an incident of receiving a lower grade than a man for similar work.

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How to be upfront, direct, and assertive when confronting instances of sexual harassment.

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