Women in Academia

Women in Academia

- In the ivory tower, men only. For men, having childreen is a career advantage. For women, it's a career killer. - by M. A. Mason, Berkley School of Law (Slate, 2013)

Why women leave academia and why universities should be worried. (Higher Education Network, 2012)

- Women and Power in Quebec Universities – by F. Naudillon and N. Noureddine, available in French pages 60 to 65 deal with McGill (FQPPU, Oct 2013)

- FQPPU publication on "Women and Power in Quebec Universities" (October 2013) 

- A new Report published by the Council of Canadian Academies Expert Panel on Women in University Research: STRENGTHENING CANADA’S RESEARCH CAPACITY: THE GENDER DIMENSION

The final report is: Council of Canadian Academies 2012 “Strengthening Canada’s Research Capacity: The Gender Dimension”
Reports on the status of women researchers, particularly in under-represented spheres.  It reports that women make up about one-fifth of full professors in Canada. In engineering,  mathematics and physical and computer sciences, the share of women shrinks to nine percent.

- A special report on Diversity in Academe (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

Almanac of Post-Secondary Education: Each year, CAUT publishes an Almanac of funding, academic pay scales, gender and pay, gender and rank, etc. It’s a great source of information.

Women as academic authors from 1665 to 2010 (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

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