The title seems a bit misleading at first as the bulk of the article analyses student evaluations of their professors. It's the last few paragraphs that paint a rather bleaker picture, albeit a very American-centric one (it's unclear if one should interpret professors in their sense or ours for instance).
Meanwhile, statistics obtained in 2013 by Times Higher Education revealed that only about one in five UK professors are female, with the percentage of female professors at some universities as low as 8 or 9%. Data from the non-profit organisation Catalyst suggests that the imbalance persists internationally, too. Set alongside the unconscious bias of academic recruiters themselves, as well as the difficulty of juggling parenthood with the demands of research, the apparent sexism in student evaluations provides yet another hurdle for women in academia.