Prior to joining Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, I worked at a large public university. It was common for the university’s professional programs such as law, medicine, pharmacy and dentistry to proudly display a chronological history of their graduating class photographs. For the faculty and alumni, the photos marked a time in history when their paths crossed. To me, they were a stark, visual illustration of how professions that were once exclusively male have, over the past few ...


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