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Dina and Alice have a paper coming out in Reflective Practice in August 2011! Abstract: This paper argues that interviewing is a process in which interviewees can reflect on critical decisions about their academic careers. Reflective practice is a course … Continue reading
Institutional ethnography as a method to understand the career and parental leave experiences of STEM faculty members
Institutional Ethnography as a Method to Understand the Career and Parental Leave Experiences of STEM Faculty Members View more presentations from Research in Feminist Engineering Group. 2011. Mercado Santiago, M., Pawley, A. L., Hoegh, J., & Banerjee, D. “Institutional Ethnography … Continue reading
I am pleased to share with you that ADVANCE Purdue and the Center for Faculty Success will be hosting the 2nd Annual Gender and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Research Symposium February 17-18, 2011 at Purdue University. We are … Continue reading
I’m heading to the National Women’s Studies Association National Conference later this week to present as part of a panel some of our research from our ADVANCE project. Here’s more information: Crossing Borders: Strengthening connections between NSF’s ADVANCE Program and … Continue reading
We had a great time at today’s open house, where people’s questions and concerns about our ADVANCE research are invited and answered. Thanks, team, for doing such a great job with the planning and organization!
Local Purdue colleagues are invited to attend our fall
ASEE 2010: Modeling the career pathways of women STEM faculty through oral histories and participatory research methods.
Women increasingly earn advanced degrees in science, technology, and mathematics (STEM), yet remain underrepresented among STEM faculty. Much of the existing research on this underrepresentation relies on “chilly climate” and “pipeline” theoretical models to explain this phenomenon. However, the extent … Continue reading
ASEE 2010: Institutional Ethnography: A research method to investigate the work-life experiences of women faculty members in STEM disciplines
Women and people of color continue to be underrepresented among engineering faculty. A diverse engineering faculty body is important because it increases the likelihood of equitable hiring practices and reduces the likelihood of a hostile workplace climate, among other reasons. … Continue reading