[MTC Global] Relying on Women, Not Rewarding Them

Relying on Women, Not Rewarding Them

New study suggests female professors outperform men in terms of service -- to their possible professional detriment.

"Faculty Service Loads and Gender: Are Women Taking Care of the Academic Family?" published in Research in Higher Education, was written by Cassandra M. Guarino, professor of education and public policy at the University of California, Riverside, and Victor M. H. Borden, professor of educational leadership and policy studies at Indiana University at Bloomington. The authors considered data from the 2014 Faculty Survey of Student Engagement, a web-based national survey related to the National Survey of Student Engagement. The faculty survey included responses from nearly 19,000 faculty members at 143 colleges and universities, and asked about how faculty members spend their time (in addition to professors' views on student engagement).

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