Jana Nidiffer is Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the University of Michigan, the author of Pioneering Deans of Women: More than Wise and Pious Matrons, and the coauthor (with Arthur Levine) of Beating the Odds: How the Poor Get to College.
Carolyn Terry Bashaw is Professor of History at Le Moyne College and the author of Stalwart Women: A Historical Analysis of Deans of Women in the South.
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