Let Me Fix That For You, Alice Huang

Alice Huang, a shining star of research and former AAAS President, takes some time out of her day to show us what the science workplace was like for women in the times when male faculty had smoking lounges and female faculty had foundation underwear.  In an advice column for Science Careers, Dr. Huang counsels on the best course of action for a harassing mentor.  Never have we wished so hard that Poe’s Law were in effect.  The post was taken down in short order, but you can read the original at this archive.

Alice Huang, let me fix that for you…

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And, the apology from Science Careers

LMFTFY Science Careers


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