Matina Souretis Horner Biography

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Scholar and administrator Matina Horner (born 1939) did early research into women's fear of success. She later became the youngest president of Radcliffe College during a period of redefining its relationship with Harvard University.

Matina Souretis Horner was born July 28, 1939, in Roxbury, Massachusetts, to Greek parents who decided to remain in the United States after World War II broke out in Europe. While attending Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania she became interested in experimental psychology and studied "need achievement" in Greek and Jewish subculture groups for her honors thesis. She obtained her BA degree cum laude in 1961. It was at Bryn Mawr that Matina Souretis met Joseph L. Horner, a future research physicist. The two were married in 1961 and in the autumn of that year both went to the University of Michigan for graduate studies. Matina Horner completed her Masters of Science degree in 1963 and earned her Ph.D...

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