We would like to acknowledge those whose activities, assistance, and support have contributed to this work. Our collaboration as coauthors has been enriched by the broader collaboration among all those who devoted their attention and intelligence to the problem of sexual harassment of women students in higher education.
We are indebted to the individuals and organizations that have made sexual harassment on campus a public concern: the Working Woman's Institute, the National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs, Bernice Sandler and the staff of the Project on the Status and Education of Women of the American Association of Colleges, Donna Shavlik and the staff of the Office of Women in Higher Education of the American Council on Education, Catharine MacKinnon, Lin Farley, the Modern Language Association's Commission on the Status of Women in the Profession, Phyllis Crocker, the American Council on Education Leadership Seminars on Sexual Harassment, and the National Association of Women Deans, Administrators and Counselors and its Journal. These people and their publications have fostered information and awareness that is realistic without being cynical and that aided our efforts enormously.
We benefited from many who freely shared their expertise, perspectives, and professional experiences: Regina Sofer, Claire