Frequently the question arises of why there are not more women in leadership positions in science. Historically there have been so few women in science that the scarcity of women in leadership roles has been an understandable issue of supply. In the past 30 years, notably since 1972 when the nondiscrimination in employment provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 became applicable to professional positions and Title IX, prohibiting discrimination in education, was passed, the situation has altered to some extent. Although the legal ...
Women's Leadership in Mathematics
Women's leadership in mathematics