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Her course load “was the equivalent of a novice weight lifter attempting to bench press a refrigerator above her head,” she writes.The male students persevered by banding together to work on problem sets. These incidents may seem trivial, [but] the obstacles I faced were mainly psychological.” There were the crushes on the younger male professors, the lack of men interested in dating a woman majoring in physics, the fear that the guys in her labs saw her as a “clumsy broad.” She graduated summa cum laude, yet no professor greatly encouraged her to apply to graduate school.
When the male scientists invited the physics undergraduates to an outdoor barbecue, she felt pressure to keep company with the wife in the kitchen, while out in the back yard her male colleagues acquired “a list of researchers they could contact when they applied to grad school. Not until 2005, when Harvard University’s then-president, Lawrence Summers, infamously asked why so few women achieved tenured positions in the hard sciences — physics, mathematics, engineering and computer science — did Pollack reexamine her story to find answers.
Marcia Bartusiak is a professor of science writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Her latest book is “Black Hole: How an Idea Abandoned by Newtonians, Hated by Einstein, and Gambled on by Hawking Became Loved.” Current (and future) women in science should be immensely grateful.
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