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Women rule

By Times Staff Writer
Published June 1, 2004

Women rule at the University of South Florida.

According to USF's Diversity and Equal Opportunity Office, women make up a majority of the school's freshmen (57 percent), most of the graduate students (61 percent) and are more likely to complete their graduate degree than male students (60 percent vs. 40 percent).

They even make up a majority of USF's varsity athletes; 56 percent of the school's 252 athletes are women.

Female dominance also extends to the administrative suite, where USF's top two administrators are women: president Judy Genshaft and provost Renu Khator.

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