Women professors frequently number only one or two in college department. Tonight, four women Ph.D's from local colleges and universities discuss their feelings and experiences as they cope with their minority status in male-dominated college faculties. Panelists are Marie Louise Gollner, BA from Vassar, Fulbright to Germany, teaches music history at UCLA; Nathalie Babel, from Paris, taught at Barnard College in New York, M.A. in Slavic Studies and PhD in Comparative literature at Columbia, teaching French and Russian literature at UCSD; Joan Hodgman, director of the Newborn Service at the Los Angeles County University of Southern California Medical Center and professor of pediatrics at the University of Southern California School of medicine, resident training in pediatrics at Los Angeles County Hospital, interned in pediatrics at UC hospital in San Francisco, where she got her MD degree, B.A. in Biology from Stanford; and Isabel Navarre, teaching at California State College Dominguez Hills in Psychology department, earned bachelor's, master's and PhD degrees at the University of Texas in Austin. Produced by Kathy Calkin and Rachel Kurn. Moderated by Clare Spark (nee Loeb).
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