Throughout history, extraordinary women have fought tirelessly to broaden our democracy’s reach and help perfect our Union. Through protest and activism, generations of women have appealed to the values at the heart of our Nation and fought to give meaning to the idea that we are all created equal. As today’s women and girls reach for new heights, they stand on the shoulders of all those who have come before and carry forward their legacy of proud achievement. This month, we celebrate countless pioneering women and the victories they won, and we continue our work to build a society where our daughters have the same possibilities as our sons.
For years, experts on the academic and scientific workforce have talked about a “leaky pipeline” in which women with talent in science and technology fields are less likely than men to pursue doctorates and potentially become faculty members.
The pipeline may no longer be leaking more women than men. The study suggests click here to read more…https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/02/18/research-suggests-pipeline-science-talent-may-leak-men-and-women-same-rate
He was a pioneer. Lloyd was the first black player in NBA history
Click here to read more http://xfinity.comcast.net/articles/sports-general/20150227/Obit-Earl.Lloyd/
Penn State President Eric Barron accepts all 18 recommendations presented by sexual assault task force
click here to read more http://news.psu.edu/video/345184/2015/02/17/president-accepts-all-18-recommendations-presented-sexual-assault-task-force?utm_source=newswire&utm_medium=email&utm_term=345218_HTML&utm_content=02-17-2015-21-34&utm_campaign=Penn%20State%20Today