Saturday, April 30, 2005

Dartmouth's 'Pay Gap'

Male professors at Dartmouth earn 22 percent more than their female counterparts, the highest disparity in the Ivy League, according to a study by the American Association of University Professors. In response to the study, the College will doubtless create an Associate Dean of the Faculty for Salary Equity and establish a committee to study the program.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I challenge The Review to address this important campus issue. If you want to remain a relevant force on campus, you should address all of the issues.

Anonymous said...

Yes. I whole-heartedly agree. We should do everything in our power to prevent the creation of yet another dean's position.

Anonymous said...

What about insisting, for the sake of equal time, a Men's Studies major and position? The prof could teach such courses as "American Phallocracy and Guyverment", "History of Dead White Men", "Civilization Was Created by Men", "Hard Science and Objective Reality", "Real Classical Literature", "How To Live As A Male In An Un-Male World", "Ayn Rand: The Last Woman Capable of Independent Thought", and, of course, "Kneepads and Tongue Piercings: How to Kiss Up to a Female Boss"