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Anonymous shared this review of Virginia Tech, United States on Jul 6th, 2021
"In my department, women without children were expected to work longer hours and travel more frequently, while married women with children were pressured out of their roles and into administrative positions. Men with children tended to be paid more for the same position (salaries are public) and were promoted more quickly. This is a trend I saw and other women in the department have talked about. I don’t know if it’s university-wide, so research the department salaries before accepting a position. "
Anonymous shared this review of Virginia Tech on Jun 5th, 2018
"I was a grad student so I don’t have much input"
Anonymous shared this review of Virginia Tech on Jun 28th, 2017
"While this was once a very male dominated employer, in the past 15 years things have changed dramatically."
Anonymous shared this review of Virginia Tech on May 4th, 2017
"Assistantship stipsends are low, vary a lot by department which can be frustrating "
Anonymous shared this review of Virginia Tech on Mar 21st, 2016
"I completed a two-year Master's degree with a research assistantship throughout. There are quite a few women in administrative roles and as students. There are also several women in faculty, but women are disproportionately adjunct faculty rather than tenure-track. It seemed like students were treated fairly, but that it would be tough to pursue a PhD or a tenure position in the department."
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