Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Faculty women and service commitments

Some links related to how service commitments affect the advancement of women faculty:

"The Ivory Ceiling of Service Work"

“[W]omen associate professors taught an hour more each week than men, mentored an additional two hours a week, and spent nearly five hours more a week on service. This translates to women spending roughly 220 more hours on teaching, mentoring, and service over two semesters than men at that rank.
"Gender and Succes in Academia: More from the Historians’ Career PathsSurvey"

"Being Married Helps Professors to Get Ahead, But Only If They’re Male"

“Professors of both sexes do care a great deal about furthering an institutions goals and enriching the community, but men assert greater control over exactly how that happens.”

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