Conner, S. & Saville, J. (2022, June).
Actions to Retain BIPOC Faculty @ University of Michigan. [Poster presentation]. Equity in STEM Community Convening. Washington, DC.
Settles, I. H., Jones M. K., Buchanan N. T., & Brassel, S. T. (2022).
Epistemic exclusion of women faculty and faculty of color: Understanding scholar(ly) devaluation as a predictor of turnover intentions. The Journal of Higher Education 93(1). 31–55.
Davis, T. M., Settles, I. H., & Jones, M. K. (2022).
Standpoints and situatedness: Examining the perception of benevolent sexism in black and white undergraduate women and men. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 0(0). 1-19.
Vargas, E. A., Cortina, L. M., Settles, I. H., Brassel, S. T., Perumalswami, C. R., Johnson, T. R. B., & Jagsi, R. (July 2022).
Formal reporting of identity-based harassment at an academic medical center: Incidence, barriers, and institutional responses. Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 97(7). 1029-1037.
Thorne, K. M., Jones, M. K., Davis, T. M., & Settles, I. H. (August 2021).
The significance of race in cross-racial mentoring of faculty of color. Translational Issues in Psychological Science. Advance online publication.
Robotham, K. J., Settles, I. H., Cheruvelil, K. S., Montgomery, G. M., & Elliott, K. C. (2021).
Just and inclusive team climates affect mentoring satisfaction: The roles of negative mentoring and race. Journal of Career Development. 0(0). 1-19.
Settles, I. H., Jones, M. K., Buchanan, N. T., & Dotson, K. (2021).
Epistemic exclusion: Scholar(ly) devaluation that marginalizes faculty of color. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. 14(4). 493-507.
Cech, E. A., Montgomery, G., Settles, I. H., Elliott, K., Cheruvelil, K., & Brassel, S. T. (2021).
The social is professional: The effects of team climate on professional outcomes for LGBTQ persons in environmental science. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 27(5). 25–48.
Stewart, A. J., Malley, J. E., & Linderman, J. J. (2021).
Launching new faculty careers: Building a strong foundation for a diverse faculty. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 27.
Vargas, E. A., Brassel, S. T., Perumalswami, C. R., Johnson, T. R. B., Jagsi, R., Cortina, L. M., & Settles, I. H. (2020).
Incidence and group comparisons of harassment based on gender, LGBTQ+ identity, and race at an academic medical center. Journal of Women’s Health. 00(00).
Frye, J. R., & Fulton, A. P. (2020).
Mapping the growth and demographics of managerial and professional staff in higher education. New Directions for Higher Education, 2020(189), 7-23.
Frye, J. R., Hudgins, C. A., & Malley, J. E. (2019).
Recruiting for Diversity and Excellence in STEM: Reflections from Faculty Search Committees. [Poster Presentation]. Equity in STEM Community Convening.
Vargas, E. A., Brassel, S. T., Cortina, L. M., Settles, I. H., Johnson, T. R. B., & Jagsi, R. (2019).
A #MedToo: Large-Scale examination of the incidence and impact of sexual harassment of physicians and other faculty at an academic medical center. Journal of Women’s Health. 0(0).
Settles I. H., Buchanan, N. T., & Dotson, K. (August 2019).
Scrutinized but not recognized: (In)visibility and hypervisibility experiences of faculty of color. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 113, 62-74.
Sekaquaptewa, D., Takahashi, K., Malley, J., Herzog, K., & Bliss, S. (2019).
An evidence-based faculty recruitment workshop influences departmental hiring practice perceptions among university faculty. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 38(2), 188-210.
Stewart, A.J., & Valian, V. (2018).
An Inclusive Academy: Achieving Diversity and Excellence. MIT Press.
Curtin, N., Malley, J., & Stewart, A. J. (2016).
Mentoring the next generation of faculty: Supporting academic career aspirations among doctoral students. Research in Higher Education, 57(6), 714.
DeCastro, R., Griffith, K., Ubel, P., Stewart, A. J., & Jagsi, R. (2016).
A mixed methods investigation of the motivations, goals, and aspirations of male and female academic medical faculty. Journal of Medical Education, 91(8), 1089.
Stewart, A. J., Malley, J. E., & Herzog, K. A. (2016).
Increasing the representation of women faculty in STEM departments: What makes a difference?. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 22(1), 23.
Linderman, J. J. (2015).
“Faculty recruitment, retention, climate and leadership development: The Univeristy of Michigan ADVANCE Program Experience:, Michigan Tehnological University. (Presentation)
Linderman, J. J. (2015).
“What to look for – the role of the institution”. NextProf for Michigan Students Workshop, University of Michigan, College of Engineering. (Presentation)
Linderman, J. J. (2015).
“Launch committees: a program for new faculty”, University of Michigan Medical School. (Presentation)
Raymond, P., & Linderman, J. J. (2015).
“Launch committees: a program for new faculty”, The Ohio State University. (Presentation)
Rios, D., & Stewart, A. J. (2015).
Insider and outsider-withing standpoints: The experiences of diverse faculty in science and engineering fields. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 21(4), 295.
Sekaquaptewa, D. (2015)
Hiring for diversity: evaluation of a faculty recruitment workshop to improve faculty diversity and excellence. Poster presented at the ADVANCE GSE Program Workshop, Baltimore, MD.
Bilimoria, D., & Stewart, A. J. (2014).
Intersectional invisibility and the academic work experiences of lesbian faculty. In K. de Welde & A. Stepnick (Eds.), Disrupting the Culture of Silence: Confronting Gender Inequality and Making Change in Higher Education (215-221). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Moors, A. C., Malley, J. E., & Stewart, A. J. (2014).
My family matters: Gender and perceived support for family commitment and satisfaction in academia among postdocs and faculty in STEMM and non-STEMM fields. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 38(4), 460-474.
Curtin, N., Stewart, A. J., & Ostrove, J. M. (2013).
Fostering academic self-concept: Advisor support and sense of belonging among international and domestic graduate students. American Educational Research Journal, 50(1), 108-137.
Settles, I.H., Cortina, L.M., Buchanan, N.T., & Miner, K. N. (2013).
Derogation, discrimination and dissatisfaction with jobs in science: A gendered analysis. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37(2), 179-191.
Jagsi, R., Griffith, K. A., Stewart, A., Sambuco, D., DeCastro, R., & Ubel P. A. (2012).
Gender differences in the salaries of physician researchers. Journal of the American Medical Association. 307(22): 2412-2419.
Stewart, A. J. (2011).
Addressing unconscious bias. In A. L. Kinney, D. Khachadourian, P. S. Millar, & C. N. Hartman (Eds.), Women in Astronomy and Space Science: Meeting the challenges of an increasingly diverse workforce (pp. 51-61).
Bilimoria, D., & Stewart, A. J. (2009, Summer).
“Don’t ask, don’t tell”: The academic climate for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender faculty in science and engineering. National Women’s Studies Journal, 21(2), 85-103.
LaVaque-Manty, D., & Stewart, A. J. (2008).
“A very scholarly intervention”: Recruiting women faculty in science and engineering. In L. Schiebinger (Ed.), Gendered Innovations in Science and Engineering (pp. 165-181). Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.
Stewart, A.J. & LaVaque-Manty, D. (2008).
Advancing women in science and engineering: Overcoming institutional barriers. In H. M. G. Watt & J. S. Eccles (Eds.), Gender and Occupational Outcomes: Longitudinal assessments of individual, social, and cultural influences (299-322). Washington, D.C.: APA Books.
Settles, I., Cortina, L., Stewart, A. J., & Malley, J. E. (2007).
Voice matters: Buffering the impact of a negative climate for women in science. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 31, 270-281.
Stewart, A.J., Malley, J., & LaVaque-Manty, D. (Eds.). (2007).
Transforming science and engineering: advancing academic women. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press.
Settles, I. H., Cortina, L., Malley, J., & Stewart, A. J. (2006).
The climate for women in academic science: The good, the bad, and the changeable. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 30, 47-58