CSWP Responds to Harvard University President’s Comments
Letter sent by CSWP to the New York Times (2005) in response to statements made by Lawrence Summers, President of Harvard University, 2001-2006.
What Works? Increasing the Participation of Women in Undergraduate Physics
B. Whitten, et al. Results of site visits to nine undergraduate physics departments with high participation of women (2003).
Pasadena Recommendations from the AAS Committee on the Status of Women
Use these recommendations to help your academic department promote gender equity in hiring and promotion.
Balancing Work and Family Life
- "Do Babies Matter, Part I?" Mary Ann Mason and Marc Goulden, University of California Berkeley.
- "Do Babies Matter in Science?" Mary Ann Mason, University of California Berkeley.
- "How Babies Alter Careers for Academics," Robin Wilson, Chronicle of Higher Education, December 5, 2003. (Subscription required for reading.)
Harvard Magazine. March-April 2002. Women and minorities continue to be underrepresented as faculty members at colleges and universities.Dual-science career couples: problems and solutions
A report on a 1998 survey of couples trying to find two science jobs in a given geographic location.
Dual-Career Academic Couples: What universities need to know
Report from the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University (2008) offering analysis and suggestions regarding life in academia.