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Publications

A selection of publications and presentations from members of ADVANCE, or using ADVANCE data.

Bilimoria, D. & Stewart, A.J. (2014).

Intersectional invisibility and the academic work experieinces 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Jagsi R, Griffith KA, Stewart A, Sambuco D, DeCastro, R, Ubel PA. (2012).

Gender differences in the salaries of physician researchers. Journal of the American Medical Association. 307(22): 2412-2419.

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.

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)

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.

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., 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 Journal38(2), 188-210.

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.

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.

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

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. 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.

Stewart, A.J., Malley, J.E., &; Linderman, J.L. (Submitted).

Launching New Faculty Careers: Building a Strong Foundation for a Diverse Faculty.

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.

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.

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).

Stewart, A.J. &; Valian, V. (2018).

An Inclusive Academy: Achieving Diversity and Excellence. MIT Press.