Ruth Simmons: Women in Education
- Main contributors
Simmons, Ruth; Greene, Andrea
Andrea Greene interviews Ruth Simmons, a professor and the first African American woman to hold the title of president at a major college/university, Smith College. She talks about her childhood, values, and life. She describes the beginnings of her career during college, challenges she faces as an African American woman, and her opinions on current social issues.
The Friends of Women's Studies, University of Houston; Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Houston
Women; Educators; African Americans; Simmons, Ruth; College administrators; Smith College
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- In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted
- Physical Description
University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
Carey C. Shuart Women's Research Collection
Barbara Karkabi Living Archives Series
- Other Identifiers
Other: HQ1233 .L5985 1995 DVD; Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm4470zq626
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