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Summers' remarks on women draw fire

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / January 17, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- The president of Harvard University, Lawrence H. Summers, sparked an uproar at an academic conference Friday when he said that innate differences between men and women might be one reason fewer women succeed in science and math careers. Summers also questioned how much of a role discrimination plays in the dearth of female professors in science and engineering ... (Full article: 1304 words)

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