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Selected Bibliography

Faculty Turnover and Retention
  • August, Louise and Jean Waltman. 2004. "Culture, Climate and Contribution: Career Satisfaction among Female Faculty." Research in Higher Education 45(2):177-92.
  • Cropsey, Karen L, Saba W Masho, Rita Shiang, Veronica Sikka, Susan G Kornstein, Carol L Hampton, Committee on the Status of Women and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Minorities, Medical College of Virginia Campus. 2008. "Why Do Faculty Leave? Reasons for Attrition of Women and Minority Faculty from a Medical School: Four-Year Results." Journal of Women's Health 17(7):1111-18.
  • Daly, Cheryl J and Jay R Dee. 2006. "Greener Pastures: Faculty Turnover Intent in Urban Public Universities." The Journal of Higher Education 77(5):776-803.
  • Dee, Jay R. 2004. "Turnover Intent in an Urban Community College: Strategies for Faculty Retention." Community College Journal of Research & Practice 28(7):593-607.
  • Diggs, Gregory A., Dorothy F. Garrison-Wade, Diane Estrada, and Rene Galindo. 2009. "Smiling faces and colored spaces: The experiences of faculty of color pursuing tenure in the academy." The Urban Review 41(4): 312.
  • Easterly, Debra M and Cynthia S Ricard. 2011. "Conscious Efforts to End Unconscious Bias: Why Women Leave Academic Research." Journal of Research Administration 42(1):61-73.
  • Jaeger, Audrey J and M Kevin Eagan. 2011. "Examining Retention and Contingent Faculty Use in a State System of Public Higher Education." Educational Policy 25(3):507-37.
  • Martinez, Larry R, Katharine R O'Brien and Michelle R Hebl. 2017. "Fleeing the Ivory Tower: Gender Differences in the Turnover Experiences of Women Faculty." Journal of Women's Health 26(5):580-86.
  • Menges, Robert J., and William H. Exum. 1983. "Barriers to the progress of women and minority faculty." The Journal of Higher Education 54(2): 123-144.
  • Mubarak, Rana, Zaira Wahab and Naveed R Khan. 2012. "Faculty Retention in Higher Education Institutions of Pakistan." Journal of Theories and Research in Education 7(2):65-78.
  • Monroe, Kristen Renwick and William F Chiu. 2010. "Gender Equality in the Academy: The Pipeline Problem." PS: Political Science & Politics 43(2):303-08.
  • Schneider, Beth Z, William Carden, Alyson Francisco and Thomas O Jones Jr. 2011. "Women Opting out of Academia: At What Cost." Pp. 1-19 in Forum on Public Policy, Vol. 2.
  • Shaw, Allison K and Daniel E Stanton. 2012. "Leaks in the Pipeline: Separating Demographic Inertia from Ongoing Gender Differences in Academia." Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279(1743):3736-41.
  • Tapia, Andrea H and Lynette Kvasny. 2004. "Recruitment Is Never Enough: Retention of Women and Minorities in the It Workplace." Pp. 84-91 in Proceedings of the 2004 SIGMIS conference on Computer personnel research: Careers, culture, and ethics in a networked environment: ACM.
  • Villablanca, Amparo C, Yueju Li, Laurel A Beckett and Lydia Pleotis Howell. 2017. "Evaluating a Medical School's Climate for Women's Success: Outcomes for Faculty Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion." Journal of Women's Health 26(5):530-39.
  • Xu, Yonghong Jade. 2008. "Gender disparity in STEM disciplines: A study of faculty attrition and turnover intentions." Research in Higher Education 49(7) 607-624.
  • Bozeman, Barry and Monica Gaughan. 2011. "Job Satisfaction among University Faculty: Individual, Work and Institutional Determinants." The Journal of Higher Education 82(2):154-86.
  • Canetto, SS, CD Trott, EM Winterrowd, D Haruyama and A Johnson. 2017. "Challenges to the Choice Discourse: Women’s Views of Their Family and Academic-Science Career Options and Constraints." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 29(1-2):4-27.
  • Guarino, Cassandra M and Victor MH Borden. 2017. "Faculty Service Loads and Gender: Are Women Taking Care of the Academic Family?". Research in Higher Education 58(6):672-94.
  • Houston, Don, Luanna H Meyer and Shelley Paewai. 2006. "Academic Staff Workloads and Job Satisfaction: Expectations and Values in Academe." Journal of higher education policy and management 28(1):17-30.
  • Kim, Yong-Lyun. 2011. "Gender Equity in Higher Education: Faculty Salaries, Career Development and Academic Services." Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 29:1274-78.
  • Leisyte, Liudvika and Bengü Hosch-Dayican. 2014. "Changing Academic Roles and Shifting Gender Inequalities: A Case Analysis of the Influence of the Teaching-Research Nexus on the Academic Career Prospects of Female Academics in the Netherlands." Journal of workplace rights 17(3-4).
  • Martinez, Larry R, Katharine R O'Brien and Michelle R Hebl. 2017. "Fleeing the Ivory Tower: Gender Differences in the Turnover Experiences of Women Faculty." Journal of Women's Health 26(5):580-86.
  • O’Meara, KerryAnn, Audrey Jaeger, Joya Misra, Courtney Lennartz and Alexandra Kuvaeva. 2018. "Undoing Disparities in Faculty Workloads: A Randomized Trial Experiment." PLoS One 13(12):e0207316.
  • O’Meara, KerryAnn. 2016. "Whose Problem Is It? Gender Differences in Faculty Thinking About Campus Service." Teachers College Record 118(8):1-38.
  • Pyke, Karen. 2015. "Faculty Gender Inequity and the ‘Just Say No to Service ’fairytale." Disrupting the culture of silence:83-95.
  • Pyke, Karen. 2011. "Service and Gender Inequity among Faculty." PS: Political Science & Politics 44(1):85-87.
  • Jacobs, Jerry A. 2004. "Presidential Address: The Faculty Time Divide." Pp. 3-27 in Sociological Forum, Vol. 19: Springer.
  • Todd, Zazie, Anna Madill, Nicky Shaw and Nicola Bown. 2008. "Faculty Members’ Perceptions of How Academic Work Is Evaluated: Similarities and Differences by Gender." Sex Roles 59(11-12):765.
  • Wilton, Shauna and Lynda Ross. 2017. "Flexibility, Sacrifice and Insecurity: A Canadian Study Assessing the Challenges of Balancing Work and Family in Academia." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 29(1-2):66-87.
  • Winslow, Sarah. 2010. "Gender Inequality and Time Allocations among Academic Faculty." Gender & Society 24(6):769-93.
Student Teacher Evaluations
  • Boring, Anne. 2015. "Gender Biases in Student Evaluation of Teachers." Paris, France.
  • Centra, John A and Noreen B Gaubatz. 2000. "Is There Gender Bias in Student Evaluations of Teaching?". The Journal of Higher Education 71(1):17-33.
  • Chen, Yining and Leon B Hoshower. 2003. "Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness: An Assessment of Student Perception and Motivation." Assessment & evaluation in higher education 28(1):71-88.
  • Fries, Christopher J and R James McNinch. 2003. "Signed Versus Unsigned Student Evaluations of Teaching: A Comparison." Teaching Sociology 31(3):333-44.
  • Hamilton, Lawrence C. 1980. "Grades, Class Size, and Faculty Status Predict Teaching Evaluations." Teaching Sociology:47-62.
  • Kogan, Lori R, Regina Schoenfeld-Tacher and Peter W Hellyer. 2010. "Student Evaluations of Teaching: Perceptions of Faculty Based on Gender, Position, and Rank." Teaching in Higher Education 15(6):623-36.
  • Lazos, Sylvia R. 2012. "Are Student Teaching Evaluations Holding Back Women and Minorities." Presumed incompetent: The intersections of race and class for women in academia:164-85.
  • MacNell, Lillian, Adam Driscoll and Andrea N Hunt. 2015. "What’s in a Name: Exposing Gender Bias in Student Ratings of Teaching." Innovative Higher Education 40(4):291-303.
  • Morgan, Helen K, Joel A Purkiss, Annie C Porter, Monica L Lypson, Sally A Santen, Jennifer G Christner, Cyril M Grum and Maya M Hammoud. 2016. "Student Evaluation of Faculty Physicians: Gender Differences in Teaching Evaluations." Journal of Women's Health 25(5):453-56.
  • Rucker, Margaret H and Carrie L Haise. 2012. "Effects of Variations in Stem and Response Options on Teaching Evaluations." Social Psychology of Education 15(3):387-94.
  • Simpson, Penny M and Judy A Siguaw. 2000. "Student Evaluations of Teaching: An Exploratory Study of the Faculty Response." Journal of Marketing Education 22(3):199-213.
  • Sprague, Joey and Kelley Massoni. 2005. "Student Evaluations and Gendered Expectations: What We Can't Count Can Hurt Us." Sex Roles 53(11-12):779-93.
  • Tieman, Cheryl R and Beverly Rankin-Ullock. 1985. "Student Evaluations of Teachers: An Examination of the Effect of Sex and Field of Study." Teaching Sociology:177-91.
  • Tom, Gail, Stephanie Tom Tong and Charles Hesse. 2010. "Thick Slice and Thin Slice Teaching Evaluations." Social Psychology of Education 13(1):129-36.
Work-Life Balance
  • Adamo, Shelley A. 2013. "Attrition of Women in the Biological Sciences: Workload, Motherhood and Other Explanations Revisited." BioScience 63(1):43-48.
  • Armenti, Carmen. 2004. "Gender as a Barrier for Women with Children in Academe." Canadian Journal of Higher Education 34(1):1-26.
  • Bell, Amanda S, Diana Rajendran and Stephen Theiler. 2012. "Job Stress, Wellbeing, Work-Life Balance and Work-Life Conflict among Australian Academics." E-Journal of Applied Psychology 8(1).
  • Bygren, Magnus and Ann‐Zofie Duvander. 2006. "Parents’ Workplace Situation and Fathers’ Parental Leave Use." Journal of Marriage and Family 68(2):363-72.
  • Hirakata, Pam E and Judith C Daniluk. 2009. "Swimming Upstream: The Experience of Academic Mothers of Young Children." Canadian Journal of Counseling 43(4):283-94.
  • Lundquist, Jennifer H, Joya Misra and KERRYANN O’Meara. 2012. "Parental Leave Usage by Fathers and Mothers at an American University." Fathering 10(3):337-63.
  • O’Laughlin, Elizabeth M and Lisa G Bischoff. 2005. "Balancing Parenthood and Academia: Work/Family Stress as Influenced by Gender and Tenure Status." Journal of family issues 26(1):79-106.
  • O'Meara, KerryAnn and Corbin M Campbell. 2011. "Faculty Sense of Agency in Decisions About Work and Family." The Review of Higher Education 34(3):447-76.
  • Philipsen, Maike, Susan Case, Angela Oetama-Paul and Keimei Sugiyama. 2017. "Academic Womanhood across Career Stages: A Work-in-Life Perspective on What Was, Is, and Could Be." Community, Work & Family 20(5):623-44.
  • Radha, Anu. 2015. "A Study of Work Life Balance of Female Teaching Professionals in Coimbatore." Abhinav National Monthly Refereed Journal of Research in Commerce & Management 4(4):9-17.
  • Ward, Kelly and Lisa Wolf-Wendel. 2004. "Academic Motherhood: Managing Complex Roles in Research Universities." The Review of Higher Education 27(2):233-57.
  • Welch, Julie L, Sarah E Wiehe, Victoria Palmer-Smith and Mary E Dankoski. 2011. "Flexibility in Faculty Work-Life Policies at Medical Schools in the Big Ten Conference." Journal of Women's Health 20(5):725-32.
  • Williams, Joan C, Tamina Alon and Stephanie Bornstein. 2006. "Beyond the ‘Chilly Climate’: Eliminating Bias against Women." Thought & Action:79.
  • Wilton, Shauna and Lynda Ross. 2017. "Flexibility, Sacrifice and Insecurity: A Canadian Study Assessing the Challenges of Balancing Work and Family in Academia." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 29(1-2):66-87.
  • Wolfinger, Nicholas H, Mary Ann Mason and Marc Goulden. 2009. "Stay in the Game: Gender, Family Formation and Alternative Trajectories in the Academic Life Course." Social Forces 87(3):1591-621.