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Women in Canadian universities

Statistics Canada.

Women in Canadian universities

a statistical compendium. Prepared in co-operation with the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.

by Statistics Canada.

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Published in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Higher education of women -- Canada -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    English and French.

    ContributionsAssociation of Universities and Colleges of Canada
    The Physical Object
    Pagination165 p. ;
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19801907M

    Full text of "Handbook of British, continental and Canadian universities, with special mention of the courses open to women;" See other formats. Handbook of British, Continental and Canadian Universities, with special mention of the courses open to Women. Supplement for Compiled for the Graduate Club of Bryn Mawr College by Isabel.

    WOMEN'S COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT. Kristen A. Renn. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Women's education is a complex and urgent matter as it relates to global gender equity and is necessary for improving societies, argues Kristen A. Renn, in her book, Women's Colleges & Universities in a Global : Trina De Souza. Women’s Studies in Canadian Universities. Panelist, University of Turku, Finland, August 11–14, Publication Reference Link: Break down of publication data into fields. Publication Title: Women’s Studies in Canadian Universities Author Name: Co-Author Name(s): V. Lindstrom c d. Conference Title: Report Title: Title of Paper: Chapter.

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Employment and career resources for students, graduates and those. Women undergraduates now comprise more than 50% of students at Canadian universities; women academics, however, have yet to achieve employment and pay equity.

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