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Pervasive sexual harassment takes toll on women in science

Clip: 06/13/2018 | 6m 53s

Sexual harassment is pervasive in science, engineering and medicine, particularly when it comes to academia, according to a new landmark report. Studies show that between 20 and 50 percent of female students in those fields experienced harassment, often from faculty and staff. Yamiche Alcindor learns more from Dr. Paula Johnson, president of Wellesley College.

Aired: 06/13/18

Rating: NR

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