Princeton University Mom Stands By Her 'MRS Degree' Op-Ed

When Ann-Marie Slaughter called for "the next wave of an equal-rights revolution" at a Princeton University female leadership seminar, it's unlikely that she expected one of it's speakers, Princeton Class of '77 alum Susan A. Patton, part of the pioneering 200-strong class of women to first attend then all-male… » 3/30/13 5:15pm 3/30/13 5:15pm

Groundbreaking Reality Show to Focus on Women Who Went to Grad School…

Have you ever found yourself lamenting the fact that reality TV is out of ideas (How many shows about aggressive antiquing and food wars do we need?!)? Have you ever wished that someone would make your favorite genre exciting again by taking a Wayback Machine to the 1950's and poking around for outdated social… » 10/19/12 3:10pm 10/19/12 3:10pm

Website for Career Women Thinks Ladies Go to Business School to Find…

Women now represent 31% of business-school classes, up from about 26% in 2001. Harvard Business School's class of 2013 will have the highest percentage of female students — 39% — in the school's history. The number of women taking the GMAT rose 10% over the past decade. What's the takeaway, here? That more women are… » 8/28/12 4:00pm 8/28/12 4:00pm