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Pioneering Women Tier II: Women Faculty Hired at Stanford in the Late 1960s and Early 1970s

Photo of panelists in conversation

Panelists: (L-R) Strober, Quinn, Traugott, Lougee, and Donaldson

Department: 
Various
Oral History Project: 
Pioneering Women
Interviewer: 
Strober, Myra
Interview Year: 
2016
Oral History Type: 
Audio
Video
Transcript

 

In this video panel, five of Stanford's pioneering women faculty members discuss their career journeys. Topics covered include family expectations, the role of mentors, and the way gender influenced their treatment by colleagues, students, and others. Participants include Sarah S. Donaldson (Radiation Oncology); Carolyn Lougee (History); Helen Quinn (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory); Myra Strober (Education and Economics/GSB); and Elizabeth Traugott (Linguistics and English).

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