Slides, 3 audio tapes, and scripts.
The project was self-initiated and self-sponsored by the student creators (and one very supportive spouse), who were motivated
to reflect upon and tell the story of their unique experiences as a very small minority of women students in a graduate program
with an all-male faculty and a predominantly male student body.
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