UD ADVANCE Bibliography
ADVANCE IT, History, Lessons and Successes
- Bilimoria, Diana, Simy Joy, and Xiangfen Liang. 2008. “Breaking Barriers and Creating Inclusiveness: Lessons of Organizational Transformation to Advance Women Faculty in Academic Science and Engineering. Human Resource Management 47: 423-441.
- Frehill, Lisa, Cecily Jeser-Cannavale, Janet E. Malley. 2007. “Measuring Outcomes.” In Abigail J. Stewart, and Janet E. Malley, and J.E. LaVaque-Manty, eds, Transforming Science and Engineering: Advancing Academic Women Transforming Science and Engineering: Advancing Academic Women, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press: 298-317.
- LaVaque-Manty, Janet E. and Abigaile Stewart. 2008. “A Very Scholarly Intervention.” In Schiebinger, Londa (ed) Gendered Innovations in Science and Engineering, Stanford University Press.
- Rosser, Sue. 2008. “Building Two-Way Streets to Implement Policies that Work for Gender and Science.” In Schiebinger, Londa (ed) Gendered Innovations in Science and Engineering, Stanford University Press.
- Stewart, Abigail J., Janet E. Malley, and Danielle LaVaque-Manty. 2007. Analyzing the Problem of Women in Science and Engineering. In Danielle LaVaque-Manty, Abigail J. Stewart, and Janet E. Malley, and J.E. LaVaque-Manty, eds, Transforming Science and Engineering: Advancing Academic Women, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press: 3 – 20.
- Stewart, Abigail J., Danielle Malley, and Janet E. LaVaque-Manty, eds. 2007. Transforming Science and Engineering: Advancing Academic Women, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
- Stewart, Abigail, Janet E. LaVaque-Manty, and Danielle Malley. 2004. “Recruiting Female Faculty Members in Science and Engineering: Preliminary Evaluation of one Intervention Model.” Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 10, 3611-375.
- Ward, Wanda. 2006. “The Success of Female Scientists in the 21st Century: An American Perspective.” In Women in Scientific Careers: Unleashing the Potential.
See Also: Best Practices, Below
ADVANCE PAID, History, Lessons, and Successes
- Bakian, Amanda V. and Kimberly A. Sullivan. 2010. “The Effectiveness of Institutional Intervention on Minimizing Demographic Inertia and Improving the Representation of Women Faculty in Higher Education.” International Journal of Gender, Science, and Technology, 2, 206-231.
- Mavriplis, Catherine, Rachelle Heller, Cheryl Beil, Kim Dam, Natalya Yassinskaya, Megan Shaw, Charlene Sorensen. 2010. “Mind the Gap: Women in STEM Career Breaks.” Journal of Technology of Management and Innovation, 5, 141-151.
- Page, Melanie C., Lucy E. Bailey, and Jean VanDelinder. 2009. “The Blue Blazer Club: Masculine Hegemony in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Fields.” Forum on Public Policy
- Shields, Stephanie A., Matthew J. Zawadzki, R. Neill Johnson. “The Impact of the Workshop Activity for Gender Equity Simulation in the Academy (WAGES-Academic) in Demonstrating Cumulative Effects of Gender Bias.” Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 4, 120–129.
- Moody, Joann. 2005. “Rising Above Cognitive Errors: Guidelines for Search Tenure Review, and Other Evaluation Committees.”
- STRIDE, University of Michigan ADVANCE, Guidelines for Writing Letters of Recommendation
- Frasch, Karie et al., (2003). Creating a Family Friendly Department: Chairs and Deans Toolkit. UC Berkeley,
- Moody, JoAnn. (2004). “Supporting Women and Minority Faculty, “ Academe, January-February, 1-5.
- STRIDE, University of Michigan ADVANCE, Giving and Getting Career Advice.
See Also ADVANCE, Above… and Mentoring Below
Climate and Barriers to Career Success
- Bhattacharjee, Y. (2004). Family Matters: Stopping Tenure Clock May Not Be Enough. Science, 306, 2031-2033.
- Mason, Mary Ann, Nicholas Wolfinger, and Marc Goulden. 2013. Do Babies Matter?: Gender and Family in the Ivory Tower. Rutgers University Press.
- Rosser, Sue and Eliesh O’Neil Lane. 2002. “Key Barriers for Academic Institutions Seeking to Retain Female Scientists and Engineers: Family-Unfriendly Policies, Low Numbers, Stereotypes, and Harassment.” Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 8, 161-189.
- Schmid, Sandra L, Molly Carnes, Ursula Goodenough, Nancy Hopkins, Pheobe LeBoy, Sandra Masur, and Virginia Valian. 2010. “A Richer More Diverse Future for Cell Biology.” Molecular Biology of the Cell, 21, 3821-3822.
Gender Schemas, Accumulation of Advantage
- Valian, Virginia 1999. Why So Slow? The Advancement of Women. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press
- Valian, Virginia 2005. “Beyond Gender Schemas.” Hypatia 20 (3), 198-213.
- Valian, Virginia 2007.” Women at the Top in Science and Elsewhere.” In S.J. Ceci and W.M. Williams (eds) Why Aren’t More Women in Science? American Psychological Association, Washington D.C., 27-37.
- Chesler, Namoi C., Gilda Barabino, Sangeeta N. Bhatia, and Rebecca Richards-Kortum. 2010. “The Pipeline Still Leaks More than You Think: A Status Report on Gender Diversity in Biomedical Engineering.” Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 28, 1928- 1935.
- LeBoy, Phoebe S. 2008. “Fixing the Leaky Pipeline: Why Aren’t There More Women in Top Spots in Academia?” The Scientist 22: 67- 73.
- Martinez, Elizabeth, Jeanine Botos, Kathleen Dohoney, Theresa M. Geiman, Sarah S. Kolla, Ana Oliveri, Yi Qiu, Geetha Vani Rayasam, Diana A. Stavreva, and Orna Cohen-Fix. 2007. “Falling off the academic bandwagon.” EMBO Reports, 8 (11), 977-981.
Persons with Disabilities
- Noonan, Brigid M., Susanna M. Gallor, Nancy F. Hensler-McGinnis, Ruth E. Fassinger, Shihwe Wang, Jennifer Goodman. 2004. “Challenge & Success: A Qualitative Study of the Career Development of Highly Achieving Women with Physical and Sensory Disabilities.” Journal of Counseling Psychology 51: 68-80.
- Peterson, Neeraja B., Robert H. Friedman, Arlene S. Ash, Shakira Franco, Phyllis L. Carr. 2005. “Faculty Self-Reported Experience with Racial and Ethnic Discrimination in Academic Medicine.” Journal of General Internal Medicine 19, 259-265.
- Price, Eboni G., Aysegul Gozu, David E. Kern, Neil R Powe, Gary S. Wand, Sheriat Golden, Lisa A. Cooper. 2005. “The Role of Cultural Diversity in Recruitment, Promotion, and Retention of Faculty in Academic Medicine.” Journal of General Internal Medicine 20, 565-571.
- Frankeberg, Ruth. 1993. White Women, Race Matters. Minneapolis, MN.: University of Minnesota Press
- hooks, bell. 1992. “Representations of Whiteness in the Black Imagination,” reprinted in Rothenberg, P.S. (ed) White PrivilegeI, 4th edition, New York, New York: Worth Publishers
- McIntosh, Peggy (1988). “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack”, reprinted in Rothenberg, P.S. (ed) White PrivilegeI, 4th edition, New York, New York: Worth Publishers
- Rothenberg, Paula. 2012. White Privilege, 4th edition, New York, New York: Worth Publishers
- Wise, Tim 2010. Colorblind. San Francisco: City Lights Books.
See Also: Evaluation, The Effects of Gender/Race/Ethnicity (below)
Cognitive Shortcuts and Snap Decisions
- Groopman, Jerome. 2008. How Doctors Think. New York: Houghton Mifflin.
- Kahneman, Daniel. 2011. Thinking: Fast and Slow. FSG Press.
- Carrigan, Coleen, Kate Quinn, Eve Riskin. 2011.”The gendered division of labor among STEM faculty and the effects of critical mass,” Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, Vol 4(3), 131-146.
- Etzkowitz, Henry, Carol Kemelgor, Michael Neuschatz, Brian Uzzi, Joseph Alonzo . 1994. “The Paradox of Critical Mass for Women in Science,” Science 266, 51 – 54.
- Heilman, Madeline E. 1980. “The impact of situational factors on personnel decisions concerning women: Varying the sex composition of the applicant pool.” Organizational Behavior and Human Performance 26: 386-395
Data on Under-Representation
- Engineering Trends 0509B. “Analysis of Engineering Faculty Growth, Including Increasing Gender and Ethnicity Trends.”
- Nelson, Donna J. 2007. “A National Analysis of Diversity in Science and Engineering Faculties at Research Universities.” Norman, OK.
- NSF (2008). Thirty-Three Years of Women in S&E Faculty Positions. Info Brief, Science Resources, Statistics, July.
- National Science Foundation. “Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering,” Arlington, VA.
- Towns, Marcy H. 2010. “Where are the Women of Color? Data on African American, Hispanic, and Native American Faculty in STEM,” Journal of College Science Teaching, 39, 6-7.
Evaluation: The Effects of Gender/Race Ethnicity
Awards and Grants
- Carnes, Molly, Stacie Geller, Eve Fine, Jennifer Sheridan, and Jo Handelsman. 2005. “NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards: Could the Selection Process Be Biased against Women?” Journal of Women’s Health, 14: 684-691.
- Ginther, Donna K., Walter T. Schaffer, Joshua Schnell, Beth Masimore, Faye Liu, Laurel L. Haak, and Raynard Kington. 2011. “Race, Ethnicity, and NIH Research Awards.” Science 333: 1015-1019.
- Lincoln, Anne E., Stephanie Pincus, Janet Bandows Koster, Phoebe S. LeBoy. 2012. “The Matilda Effect in Science: Awards and Prizes in the US, 1990s and 2000s,” Social Studies of Science 42, 307-320.
- Wennerås, Christine & Agnes Wold. 1997. “Nepotism & Sexism in Peer Review,” Nature 387: 341-343. http://advancingwomen.org/files/7/127.pdf
- Budden, Amber E., Tom Tregenza, Lonnie W. Aarssen, and Julia Koricheva. 2008. “Double-Blind Review Favors Increased Representation of Female Authors.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 4-6.
- Goldin, Claudia and Cecelia Rouse. 2000. “Orchestrating Impartiality: The Impact of Blind Auditions on Female Musicians.” The American Economic Review 90: 715-741.
The Experience of A Single Individual Prior to and Following Sex Reassignment Surgery
- Barres, Barry. 2006. “Does Gender Matter?” Nature, 442, 133-136.
- Bertrand, Marianne and Sendhil Mullainathan. 2003. “Are Emily and Greg More Employable than Lakeisha and Jamal?” MIT Department of Economics Working Paper No. 03-22
- Moss-Racusin, Corrine A., John F. Dovidio, Victoria L. Brescoll, Mark J. Graham, and Jo Handelsman. 2012. “Science Faculty’s Subtle Gender Biases Favor Male Students,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: 16474-16479.
- Steinpries, Rhea, Katie A. Ander, and Dawn Ritzke. 1999. “The Impact of Gender on the Reivew of the Curricula Vitae of Job Applicants and Tenure Candidates: A National Empirical Study.” Sex Roles 41: 509-528.
Letters of Recommendation
- Madera, Juan M., Michelle R. Hebl, and Randi C. Martin. 2009. “Gender and Letters of Recommendation for Academia: Agentic and Communal Differences.” Journal of Applied Psychology 94: 1591-1599.
- Trix, F. and C. Psenka. 2003. “Exploring the Color of Glass: Letters of Recommendation for Female and Male Medical Faculty.” Discourse & Society 14, 191-220
- Fang, Di, Ernest Moy, Louis Colburn, Jeanne Hurley. 2000. “Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Faculty Promotion in Academic Medicine.” Journal of the American Medical Association 284: 1085 – 1092.
- Anderson, Kristin J. & Gabriel Smith. 2005. “Students’ Preconceptions of Professors.” Hispanic Journal of behavioral Sciences, 27: 184-201.
- Basow, Susan A., Julie E. Phelan, & Laura Capotosto. 2006. “Gender Patterns in College Students’ Choices of Their Best and Worst Professors.” Psychology of Women Quarterly, 30, 25-35.
- Sprague, Joey and Kelley Massoni. 2005. “Student Evaluations and Gendered Expectations.” Sex Roles, 53, 779-793.
Associate Professors, Mentoring
- Blanchard, Kathryn. 2012. “I’ve Got Tenure. How Depressing.” The Chronicle for Higher Education. January 31, 2012.
- Britton, Dana. 2010. “Engendering the University through Policy and Practice: Barriers to Promotion to Full Professor for Women in the Science, Engineering, and Math Disciplines.” In Birgit Riegraf, Brigitte Aulenbacher, Edit Kirsch-Auwärter, and Ursula Müller (eds), Gender Change in Academia: Re-Mapping the Fields of Work, Knowledge, and Politics from a Gender Perspective: 15-26, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
- Buch, Kimberly, Yvette Huet, Audrey Rorrer and Lynn Roberson. 2011. “Removing the Barriers to Full Professor: A Mentoring Program for Associate Professors.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 46: 38-45.
- June, Audrey Williams. 2016. “The Uncertain Path to Full Professor,” The Chronicle for Higher Education. February 14, 2016.
- Lawler, Andrew. 1999. “Tenured Women Battle to Make it less Lonely at the Top.” Science I286 (no. 5443), 1272 – 1278.
- Wilson, R. 2012. “Why are Associate Professors So Unhappy?” The Chronicle for Higher Education.
Literature Review, Mentoring
- Zellers, Darlene F., Valerie F. Howard, Maureen A. Barcic. 2008. Faculty Mentoring programs: Reenvisioning Rather than Reinventing the Wheel. Review of Educational Research 78 (3), 552-588.
See Also: Best Practices, Mentoring (Above)
- Hopkins, Nancy. 2006. “Diversification of University Faculty: Observations on Hiring Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineering at MIT,” MIT Faculty Newsletter.
- Hopkins, Nancy. 2007. “Diversification of University Faculty: Observations on Hiring Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineering at MIT.” New England Journal of Public Policy 22: 119-134.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 1999. “A Study on the Status of Women Faculty.” MIT Faculty Newsletter, Vol. XI, No. 4 (March 1999).
- MIT, (2011). A Report on the Status of Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineering at MIT.
Psychological Responses to Racism
- Biernat, Monica, Melvin Manis, and Thomas E. Nelson. 1991. “Stereotypes and Standards of Judgment.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 60: 5-20.
- Dovidio, J. & S. Gaertner (2000). Aversive Racism & Selection Decisions: 1989 & 1999. Psychological Science 11(4), 315-319.
- Gaertner, Sam & John Dovidio. 2005. “Understanding and Addressing Contemporary Racism: From Aversive Racism to the Common Ingroup Identity Model.” Journal of Social Issues, 61, 615-639.
- Kawakami, Kerry, Elizabeth Dunn, Francine Karmali, John F. Dovidio. 2009. “Mispredicting Affective and Behavioral Responses to Racism.” Science 323, 276 – 278.
- Steele, Claude M. 1997. “A Threat in the Air: How Stereotypes Shape the Intellectual Identities and Performance of Women and African-Americans.” American Psychologist, 52, 613 – 629.
- Claude M. Steele, 2011. Whistling Vivaldi And Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us. W. W. Norton and Company.
UD Websites and Resources
- Middle States Report. 2011.
- UD Diversity and Equity Commission. 2011. “Report to the President: Findings and Recommendations Based on the 2009 Campus Climate Survey.”
- UD ADVANCE.
- UD Office of Equity and Inclusion Annual Reports. 2010 – 2011 and 2011-2012.
- UD Office of Institutional Research. Data on Diversity.
- UD Path to Prominence. 2008. Strategic Plan for the University of Delaware.
- UD Delaware Will Shine. 2015. Strategic Plan for the University of Delaware.
- Diversity at UD.