Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Education Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 8 of 8

Full-Text Articles in Education

2004-2005 Faculty Survey Institutional Profile, Utah State University Jan 2005

2004-2005 Faculty Survey Institutional Profile, Utah State University

ADVANCE Library Collection

Utah State University faculty survey for 2004-2005 to create an institutional profile.


Why Are There Fewer Women In Engineering?, Sue Ellen Haupt Jan 2005

Why Are There Fewer Women In Engineering?, Sue Ellen Haupt

ADVANCE Library Collection

This paper attempts to explain the paucity of women in engineering. While the percentage of women entering engineering and science careers has been increasing, the number at higher ranks has not increased as quickly, after considering the appropriate time lag. The differences in tenure rate due to gender alone were statistically insignificant. Instead, these were attributed to the fact that women who are married or have children are less successful than are men with matching characteristics. One solution proposed is to recognize that priorities might be different at differing stages of family life. It is also important to encourage more ...


Advance Vt: Progress Report Years One And Two, Mark G. Mcnamee Jan 2005

Advance Vt: Progress Report Years One And Two, Mark G. Mcnamee

ADVANCE Library Collection

No abstract provided.


Advance Institutional Transformation For Faculty Diversity, Diana Natalico Jan 2005

Advance Institutional Transformation For Faculty Diversity, Diana Natalico

ADVANCE Library Collection

No abstract provided.


Career Development Pilot Program Jan 2005

Career Development Pilot Program

ADVANCE Library Collection

No abstract provided.


Positions And Interests, Lisa Barron Jan 2005

Positions And Interests, Lisa Barron

ADVANCE Library Collection

No abstract provided.


Pipeline To Pathways: New Directions For Improving The Status Of Women On Campus, Judith S. White Jan 2005

Pipeline To Pathways: New Directions For Improving The Status Of Women On Campus, Judith S. White

ADVANCE Library Collection

For the past thirty years, much of the effort to improve the status of women in higher education has focused on the so-called "pipeline" theory, which held that a large number of women undergraduates and graduate students would, over time, yield larger numbers of women at the highest academic ranks. In other words, getting more women into college, encouraging them to pursue graduate and professional education, and recruiting them into the academy was supposed to create a growing "pool" from which search committees would select ever larger numbers of women assistant professors. These women, in turn, would earn tenured positions ...


Advance University Of Rhode Island: Enhancing The Academic Careers Of Women In Stem, Lynn Pasquerella, Laura Gostin, Helen Mederer, Ashima Singh Jan 2005

Advance University Of Rhode Island: Enhancing The Academic Careers Of Women In Stem, Lynn Pasquerella, Laura Gostin, Helen Mederer, Ashima Singh

ADVANCE Library Collection

No abstract provided.