The President's Commission on Women
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Journals and Other Misc References
Balancing the Equation—Where are Women and Girls in Science, Engineering and Technology?
Education Beyond Brown: Future Perspectives, University of Kentucky President’s Commission on Diversity (2004)
Diversifying the Faculty—Guidebook to Search Committees, Association of American Colleges and Universities (2002)
A New Vision for Kentucky: Final Report to the Governor’s Task Force on the Economic Status of Kentucky’s Women. (2003)
1997 National Study of the Changing Workforce, Family and Work Institute
National Research Council: From Scarcity to Visibility, Gender Differences in Careers of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers
New Paradigms for Diversifying Faculty and Staff in Higher Education: Uncovering Cultural Biases in the Search and Hiring Process (2003)
Tenure Denied: Cases of Sex Discrimination in Academia, American Association of University Women Educational Foundation (2004)
Journal of Women in Educational Leadership
Journal of Interpersonal Violence
National Women’s Studies Journal
Race, Gender, and Class