CSU is working to make itself more equitable. In doing so, it is fighting an uphill battle against generations of cultural gender roles and expectations.
Like many institutions around the country, CSU is struggling to counteract decades of workplace gender inequity.
“It’s been this way for many years throughout higher education, and maybe forever,” said Sue Doe, a tenured English professor at CSU and a director at the Center for the Study of Academic Labor, adding that conditions have improved somewhat. “I don’t think we’re unusual in that way. I don’t think it makes it right.”
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