Cracks in the glass ceiling for women in higher education
In a region that was once a hotbed for women’s rights — and home to Susan B. Anthony — it is fitting that the Rochester area now has a noticeable number of women college presidents.
It is even more fitting this year, the 100th anniversary of New York state granting women the right to vote.
Anthony, who fought to get women admitted to the University of Rochester more than a century ago, would probably give a nod of approval to the progress made locally but say much more needs to be done.
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