Surveying the Campus Climate for Faculty: A Comparison of the Assessments of STEM and non-STEM faculty

@inproceedings{Britton2011SurveyingTC,
  title={Surveying the Campus Climate for Faculty: A Comparison of the Assessments of STEM and non-STEM faculty},
  author={Dana M. Britton and Chardie L. Baird and Ruth A. Dyer and Bernhard Middendorf and Christa B. Smith and Beth A. Montelone},
  year={2011}
}
A fundamental assumption of programs intended to increase the numbers of women faculty in science, engineering and math (STEM) has been that women in these disciplines experience a uniquely hostile climate. While this focus on STEM faculty is necessary and important, we argue that it may be too narrow. In this paper, we compare STEM to non-STEM faculty, drawing on a representative survey of university faculty in one institution (N=612) conducted in 2007. Our findings indicate that non-white men… CONTINUE READING

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