Women's Magazine:Why Are There Still So Few Women In Science? 
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Women's Magazine  Why Are There Still So Few Women In Science?  an interview with author Eileen Pollack 
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
Kate Rafael  Interviews  For non-profit use only. 
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Eileen Pollack was one of the first two women to receive a Bachelors of Science from Yale, graduating with honors in physics. But instead of going on to a career in the science and math she loved, she ended up teaching creative writing. Pollack recently wrote an article in the New York Times exploring why even after thirty years, women are much more likely to opt out of careers in science than men are.  Eileen Pollack/Kate Raphael 
Notes: Credits:
In this interview with Kate Raphael, Ms. Pollack discusses her meetings with women science students at elite universities, and her own experience as a gifted science student in the 1970s. She also talks about how we can encourage the young women in our lives to pursue all their dreams.  KPFA Women's Magazine 
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Science / Technology | Labor | Feminism  
 
 
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View Script    11-09-2013  English 
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