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Women’s enrollment increases while men’s interest in college decreases
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'Since the 1980s, women have largely contributed to the jump in college enrollment, a trend also witnessed at ISU. But some of ISU faculty members wonder if the men are being left behind.
Associate professor of history Daniel Clark said while the surge in college female enrollment is positive, it sheds light on a troubling phenomena in male academia: less men are going to college.
“The college degree is not a worthwhile possibility to men,” he said, adding that college was always an option for men, but never instilled by American culture to be a necessity.”
Lisa Phillips, assistant professor of history, acknowledged that “there wasn’t enough research” on the behavioral studies, but agreed with Clark.
“There’s a gap that’s developed academically,” Phillips said. “Studiousness has become gendered.”'
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