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(2003). Faculty Recruitment Toolkit. Seattle, University of Washington: 14.

(2003). Faculty Retention Toolkit for the College of Engineering and the College of Arts & Sciences. Seattle, University of Washington: 17.

(2003). Getting to Equity: Creating a Level Playing Field for Women at Ernst & Young: 21.

(2003). NSF ADVANCE Program for Institutional Transformation Annual Report. Atlanta, Georgia Institute of Technology: 13.

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Bussey-Jones, J., L. Bernstein, et al. (2006). "Repaving the Road to Academic Success: the IMeRGE Approach to Peer Mentoring." Academic Medicine 81(7): 5.

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Bystydzienski, J. M. and S. R. Bird (2006). Removing Barriers: Women in Academic Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, Indiana University Press.


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Corley, E. and M. Gaughan (2005). "Scientists' Participation in University Research Centers: What are the Gender Differences?" Journal of Technology Transfer 30: 371-381.

Corra, M. (2007). "Sterotype Threat? Male and Female Students in Advanced High School Courses." Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 13(2): 13.

Coussons-Read, M. (2009). The Family Track. The Chronicle of Higher Education: 3.

Cuny, J. and W. Asprey (2002). "Recruitment and Retention of Women Graduate Students in Computer Science and Engineering: Results of a Workshop organized by Computer Research Association." SIGCSE Bulletin 34(2): 7.


Damschen, E., K. Rosenfeld, et al. (2005). "Visibility Matters: Increasing Knowledge of Women's Contributions to Ecology." Frontiers in Ecology 3(4): 8.

Dannel, S., J. McLaughlin, et al. (2009). "Medical School Dean's Perceptions of Organizational Climate: Useful Indicatiors for Advancement of Women Faculty and Evaluation of a Leadership Program's Impact." Academic Medicine 84(1): 13.

de Cheveigne, S. (2009). "The Career Paths of Women (and Men) in French Research." Social Studies of Science 39(1): 23.

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Dorsey, E. R., B. Van Wuyckhuyse, et al. (2009). "The Economics of New Faculty Hires in Basic Science." Academic Medicine 84(1): 6.

Drago, R. (2007). "Harvard and the Academic Glass Ceiling." The Chronicle of Higher Education 53(30): 1.

Drago, R. and C. Colbeck (2003). Final Report from The Mapping Project: Exploring the Terrain of U.S. Colleges and Universities for Faculty and Families, The Pennsylvania University, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation: 187.

Drago, R., C. Colbeck, et al. (2005). Bias Against Caregiving. Academe 91, 5.


Eagly, A. H. and L. L. Carli (2007). "Women and the Labyrinth of Leadership." Harvard Business Review September.

Ellemers, N., H. van den Heuvel, et al. (2004). "The Under Representation of Women in Science: Differential Commitment or Queen Bee Syndrome?" British Journal of Social Psychology 43: 18.

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Etzkowitz, H., C. Kemelgor, et al. (2000). Athena Unbound: The Advancement of Women in Science and Technology. Cambridge University Press.


Fairfield, H. (2009). Why is Her Paycheck Smaller? The New York Times: 1

Fairweather, J. S. (2002). "The Mythologies of Faculty Productivity: Implications for Institutional Policy and Decision Making." The Journal of Higher Education 73(1): 22.

Fassinger, R. E., K. Scantlebury, et al. (2004). "Career, Family, and Institutional Variables in the Work Lives of Academic Women in the Chemical Sciences." Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 10: 19.

Faulkner, W. (2007). "Nuts and Bolts and People": Gender-Troubled Engineering Identities." Social Studies of Science 37(3): 25.

Files, J., J. Blair, et al. (2008). "Facilitated Peer Mentorship: A Pilot Program for Academic Advacement of Female Medical Faculty." Journal of Women's Health 17(6): 7.

Fishman, C. (2005). "Teetering on the Family Friendly Edge." Common Dreams: 2.

Frank Fox, M. (2001). "Women, Science, and Academia: Graduate Education and Careers." Gender & Society 15(5): 12.

Frank Fox, M. and C. Colatrella (2006). "Participation, Performance and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering: What is at Issue and Why." Journal of Technology Transfer 31(3): 9.

Frehill, L. M. (2004). ADVANCE Mentoring at New Mexico State University. NSF ADVANCE Engineering Workshop. Arlington, VA: 5.

Frehill, L. M. (2006). "Measuring Occupational Sex Segregation of Academic Science and Engineering." Journal of Technology Transfer 31(3): 9.


Gallagher, A. and C. Trower (2009). The Demand for Diversity. Chronicle Careers.

Gallagher, A. M. and J. C. Kaufman, Eds. (2005). Gender Differences in Mathematics: An Integrative Psychological Approach. Cambridge University Press.

Gallagher, A. M. and C. Trower (2009). Figuring Out Flexibility. The Chronicle of Higher Education: 4.

Garrone, F. (2008). The Sounds of Progress: Broadcasting the Achievements of Women in Science. JOM 64.

Gates, S. J. (1998). A Black Physicist's Thoughts on Affirmative Action. 25th Annual Conference of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Engineers, Dallas, TX.

Gaugham, M. (2006). "Institutional Assesment of Women in Science: Introduction to the Symposium." Journal of Technology Transfer 31(3): 3.

George, Y. S., S. M. Malcolm, et al. (2009). The AGEP Program Has Led to Dramatic Increases in the Annual Number of URMs Receiving STEM PhDs. AGEP: Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate. Washington, D.C., National Science Foundation American Association for the Advancement of Science: 12.

Gilbert, N. (2008). Motherhood, Work and Family Policy. Raising Children: Emerginf Needs, Modern Risks and Social Responses. J. D. Berrick and N. Gilbert, Oxford Press: 98-115.

Glick, M. D. (2006). "Becoming "One of Them" or "Moving to the Dark Side." New Directions for Higher Education 134: 87-96.

Goldin, C. and C. Rouse (2000). "Orchestrating Impartiality: The Impact of "Blind" Auditions on Female Musicians." The American Economic Review 90(4): 26.

Goldsmith, J. A., J. Komlos, et al. (2001). The Chicago Guide to Your Academic Career: A Portable Mentor for Scholars from Graduate School through Tenure, The University of Chicago Press.

Grow, J. (2004). A Breakthrough for MIT–and Science. Business Week. Science & Technology, McGraw-Hill Co. Inc.: 3.

Gunter, R. and A. Stambach (2003). "As Balancing Act and As Game: How Women and Men Science Faculty Experience the Promotion Process." Gender Issues 21(1): 18.

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Haak, L., J. Sislin, et al. (2006). Beyond Bias and Barriers: Fulfilling the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering. Washington, D.C., The National Academies: 348.

Hale, F. W., Jr. (2004). What Makes Racial Diversity Work in Higher Education, Stylus Publishing, LLC.

Halpern, D. F. (2005). "Psychology at the Intercention of Work and Family: Recommendations for Employers, Working Families, and Policymakers." American Psychologist 60(5): 12.

Handelsman, J. and R. Birgeneau (2007). Women Advancing Science. DNA and Cell Biology 26, 763-64

Handelsman, J., N. Cantor, et al. (2005). "More Women in Science." Science 309: 3.

Hanson, S. (2009). Swimming Against the Tide. Inside Higher Ed: 5.

Harrison, R. and J. Gregg (2009). "A Time for Change: An Exploration of Attitudes Toward Part-Time Work in Academia Among Women Internists and Their Division Chiefs." Academic Medicine 84(1): 7.

Hartman, H. and M. Hartman (2006). "Leaving Engineering: Lessons from Rowan University's College of Engineering." Journal of Engineering Education 95(1): 12.

Hartman, H. and M. Hartman (2008). "How Undergraduate Engineering Students Perceive Women's (and Men's) Problems in Science, Math and Engineering." Sex Roles 58: 14.

Herbers, J. M. (2007). Exploring Part-Time Faculty on the Tenure Track, AAUW Educational Foundation.

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Ivie, R. and K. Nies Ray (2005). Women in Physics and Astronomy, 2005, American Institute of Physics: 23.


Jackson, M. (2008) The Art of Mentoring, Modernized. The Boston Globe: 2.

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Jaschik, S. (2009). 'Faring Well' or Disappearing? Inside Higher Ed: 4.

Jaschik, S. (2009). 'Standing Still' as Associate Professors. Inside Higher Ed: 4.

Johnson, A. (2005). Where are the Black Scientists? The Scientist: 3.

Johnson, E. N., D. J. Lowe, et al. (2007). "Alternative Work Arrangements and Perceived Career Success: Current Evidence from the Big Four Firms in the U.S." Accounting, Organizations and Society: 25.


Kalev, A. and F. Dobbin (2006). "Best Practices or Best Guesses? Assessing the Efficacy of Corporate Affirmative Action and Diversity Policies." American Sociological Review 71: 28.

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Kilminster, S., J. Downes, et al. (2007). "Women in Medicine—Is There a Problem? A Literature Review of the Changing Gender Composition, Structures and Occupational Cultures in Medicine." Medical Education 41(1): 10.

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Kulis, S., D. Sicotte, et al. (2002). "More Than a Pipeline Problem: Labor Supply Constraints and Gender Stratification across Academic Science Disciplines." Research in Higher Education 43(6): 657-691.



Lagesen, V. A. (2007). "The Strength of Numbers: Strategies to Include Women in Computer Science." Social Studies of Science 37(1): 25.

Lane, J. A. and D. J. Linden (2009). "Is There Gender Bias in the Peer Review Process at Journal of Neurophysiology." Journal of Neurophysiology 101: 2.

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Moody, J. (2007). Demystifying the Profession: Helping Junior Faculty Suceed. More information can be found here

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