Recognizing the Achievements of Women in Science,Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine

Less Women in Congress This Time Around:
The 115th Congress will have 104 women in its ranks, down from 108 in the 114th. The House will go from 88 women to 83, while the number of female Senators increases by one to 21.

Women Are Underrepresented as Recipients of Many Prestigious Awards

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Sexism That Permeates West Point Similar To Other Academic Institutions

Read the insights of a woman who taught history for a year at West Point. Peggy O'Donnell said the sexism she saw and experienced was "at turns quiet and glaring, insidious and overt, exhausting and breathtaking." And, she added, "there is a warning . . . here for the rest of academe."»  Link to the original article