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Portillo on women in military special forces

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Professors Shannon Portillo and Alesha Doan were interviewed by Channel 6 News Lawrence for the story, "KU researchers lead study on women in military special forces." Here's an excerpt of the story:

"The Women's Foundation in partnership with the University of Kansas released findings from their 'Project Diane' research study. The study examines the impact women can have on military special forces, and what that could mean for the future of our military...."

See the full news video here.



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