When Dorothy Segal entered Michigan State University's veterinary school in the 1930s, she was one of seven women in the class. She recalls the dean telling them that they didn't belong in the school or the profession. "There's no place for women here. Go back to the kitchen," Segal recalled him saying. Today, thanks to pioneering women like Dr. Segal, women outnumber men in the field by more than 3 to 1.
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Dean’s Dip Loaded Baked Potato Salad. Leftover campfire baked potatoes from last night’s feast? No problem. You’ll be making extras from now on, just so you have enough to make this salad, too. It’s delicious and simple if you have Dean’s French Onion Dip in the cooler.