In a recent article published on The Dallas Morning News, Texas Woman's University President, Carine Feyten, deploys recent research to illustrate how popular concerns over the "crisis" of male enrollment miss the point. Read how she reframes the matter to bring attention back to the gender pay gap.
In a recent article published on The Hill, Sweet Briar College President, Meredith Woo, talks about how women’s colleges prioritize women’s leadership in their curriculums.
According to President Woo, women’s liberal arts colleges work and provide a strong return on investment by preparing “their students in ways that co-ed institutions have been unable to. For example, graduates from women’s colleges report their college was extremely or very effective in helping prepare them for their first job compared to those who went to public institutions (81 percent to 61 percent). Students from women’s colleges are almost twice as likely to complete a graduate degree as a public university alumna. All of these outcomes help women achieve in the business world”, argues Woo.