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Women in Higher Education, v3 n1-12 1994

This document consists of the 12 monthly issues of a newsletter on women students, teachers, and administrators in higher education, issued in 1994. Each issue includes feature articles, news on higher education, profiles of significant people in the field, and job announcements. The issues' main article topics are: (1) campuses's changing definition of family and employee benefits, mentoring, and listening skills; (2) interim positions and defining sexual harassment; (3) gender pay gap for administrators, and cultures of decision making; (4) getting into administration and department chair positions, and women trustees; (5) campus safety and women presidents; (6) sex bias in athletics, resolving problems, professional support networks, and current research; (7) opening the Monterey Bay campus in the California State University system, tenure litigation, and grooming for campus leadership; (8) the "stained glass ceiling" limiting women's advancement at Catholic schools, single sex schools, and survival strategies for women administrators; (9) organizational models for gender equity on campus, handling hostile male students, and confronting conflict; (10) a California law requiring University of California to reveal the cost of sex bias suits, negotiation skills, and women in science and other male fields; (11) relations between women's centers and women's studies; sexual harassment, academic freedom, and due process, as well as negotiating for a higher salary; and (12) value differences and gender issues, getting and keeping a top student affairs post, and math anxiety. (JB)

Descriptors: College Administration, College Faculty, Court Litigation, Females, Feminism, Higher Education, Newsletters, Presidents, Sex Bias, Sex Discrimination, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment, State Legislation, Women Administrators, Women Faculty, Womens Athletics, Womens Studies

Women in Higher Education, 1934 Monroe St., Madison, WI 53711-2027 (yearly subscription, $79).





Autor: Wenninger, Mary Dee, Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10400&id=ED378926







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