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Fall 2012/Winter 2013

Volume 41
Numbers 2-3

Challenges and Opportunities for Women's Leadership



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From Where I Sit



Featured Topic



In Brief



Global Perspectives



Data Connection



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Title IX at 40 Report

NCWGE Title IX at 40

The National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education (of which AAC&U is a member) published Title IX at 40: Working to Ensure Gender Equity in Education in June 2012. The report summarizes Title IX’s significant impacts across a range of educational areas, including and exceeding its famed effects on college sports. Areas of focus include science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); career and technical education; bullying and sexual harassment; single-sex education; pregnant and parenting students; and athletics. The full report is available for free download at http://www.ncwge.org/.


Women in Academia Report

Women in Academia Report

Established in 2011, Women in Academia Report (WIAReport) is a new online journal dedicated to tracking the progress of women in higher education. As described on its website, the publication “monitors and reports trends concerning women in all areas of higher education, discusses important issues of gender equity, reports instances of gender discrimination, and identifies the leaders and laggards among colleges and universities in creating greater opportunities for women.” Free weekly electronic subscriptions are available at http://www.wiareport.com/.


The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Gender Issue

Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently focused its Diversity in Academe Supplement on the question of gender equity in higher education. The issue includes articles on gender segregation by field, gendered differences in student engagement, and the diversity of men’s and women’s experiences across race, ethnicity, class, and other social identities. Articles focused on these and additional topics are available at http://chronicle.com/section/Diversity-in-Academe/163/


Journal of Women’s Intercultural Leadership

Journal of Women's Intercultural Leadership

St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, publishes the Journal of Women’s Intercultural Leadership, a project of its Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership. Issued electronically twice each year, the publication “focuses on women’s studies, leadership development, and intercultural education (including international and domestic multicultural) and the complex interdisciplinary intersections among these disciplines” (from the website). To learn more or access current content, visit http://www.centerforwomeninleadership.org/jwil/.


National Women’s Law Center

National Women's Law Center

The National Women’s Law Center website offers an extensive bank of resources on women’s legal rights in the realm of education. Resources on education and Title IX include fact sheets and legal briefs focused on affirmative action in education, athletics, career and technical education, pregnant and parenting students, school reform and dropout prevention, sexual harassment and bullying, and single-sex education. To access these resources, visit http://www.nwlc.org/.


AAUW

AAUW

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a membership organization whose mission focuses on “advanc[ing] equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.” Recent AAUW research has examined topics such as the gender pay gap and the participation of women and girls in STEM, and several AAUW programs are designed to help college women develop their leadership capacities. The organization also offers scholarships, fellowships, and grants that may be of interest to readers. To learn more, visit www.aauw.org.   




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