Gender diversity at the University of California at Los Angeles' Anderson Graduate School of Management has not improved much since problems were identified in 2006, according to a recent report by the UC Academic Senate. While the school hired more female faculty, many either left or reported dissatisfaction with how they have been treated by leadership. "We found that junior women faculty's experiences were no different from the men on any dimension, except that we were hearing stories about times when they were disregarded or told they weren't good enough," said UCLA management professor Barbara Lawrence.

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