- Women faculty, their experiences, their assessments of the commitment that is made, and the standards that are in place, can determine if there is a sincere attempt to provide wholesome and nurturing working conditions in universities. We want to learn how women faculty perceives their personal and professional lives on and off campus.
Table of Contents:
- Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter One: "Particularly" Good for the Women: "Differend" in the Academy; Chapter Two: Achieving Tenure and Promotion; Chapter Three: Family-Friendly Working Conditions; Chapter Four: Faculty Perspectives of Teaching Online; Chapter Five: Women of Color in Higher Education; Chapter Six: Faculty of Color and Student Relations; Chapter Seven: Establishing Effective Mentoring Relationships, Part I; Chapter Eight: Establishing Effective Mentoring Relationships, Part II
- Chapter Nine: Debunking Myths: Academic Community Members' Perspectives on Black Women FacultyChapter Ten: Triumvirate of Academia; Chapter Eleven: Academic Advancement and Leadership; Chapter Twelve: Injustice Revealed; Chapter Thirteen: Brown Girls in the Ivory Tower: Reflections on Race, Gender, and Coming of Age in Academia; Conclusion; Contributor Bios
- Item content: English
- Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on October 09, 2017).
- 1 online resource (xi, 180 pages)
- text file
- LB2332.32 .C67 2017eb
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Other Control Numbers:
- EBC4884222 (source: MiAaPQ)