By Sue V. Rosser
This quantity examines significant matters dealing with winning ladies in educational technological know-how. In doing so, Sue Rosser outlines the persisting and transferring views of ladies who've accomplished seniority and remained in academia over the last fifteen years via survey info from girls who acquired POWRE awards from the NSF. a few facts means that finances cuts and an expanding reliance on know-how have impacted better schooling and exacerbated gender matters, yet earlier, little learn has concentrated at once at the lingering results of those changes.
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The study by Jahren (2016) and the controversy about the failure of elite institutions such as University of California at Berkeley to adequately discipline and remove known sexual harassers such as Geoff Marcy because of his prominence in astronomy (Clery 2015), document continuing issues of harassment and discrimination. 9 presents the frequency of the ﬁrst response to Question 1 by directorate of awardee, pooled over four years. Again, for most directorates, the ﬁrst six responses plus “afﬁrmative action/backlash discrimination” for MPS, BIO, and GEO are the most frequent.
All 2012 respondents ranked “lack of funding” higher than the 1997–2000 cohorts; this replicates the ﬁnding in responses to Question 1 about increasing concerns of tight funding and decreasing support for research. 2 focuses on the number of aggregated responses given to Question 2 from 1997 to 2000 compared to the aggregated responses for 2012. The arrows show differences in ranking or whether a particular response moved up or down in position or stayed approximately the same. 1), for Question 2, many of the responses moved four or more positions up or down.
9 (continued) 48 ACADEMIC WOMEN IN STEM FACULTY 2 REVISITING POWRE AWARDEES AFTER A DECADE: CONTINUING ISSUES . . 49 are married and employed by the university live in different cities from their husbands. There are few options for a “trailing spouse,” and men seem less amenable than women to play the trailing partner role, with the result that happily combining work and family is more problematic for women with academic careers. (2012 respondent from 1997 cohort) *Note that all () within the quotations were placed there by the respondents in the texts of their e-mails.
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