Women Leaders within Higher Education in the United States: Supports, Barriers, and Experiences of Being a Senior Leader

@inproceedings{Hannum2015WomenLW,
  title={Women Leaders within Higher Education in the United States: Supports, Barriers, and Experiences of Being a Senior Leader},
  author={Kelly M. Hannum and Shannon M. Muhly and Pamela S. Shockley-Zalabak and Judith S. White},
  year={2015}
}
Fundamental change is underway in higher education requiring more leaders and a different type of leadership at all levels. However, statistics indicate the women are under represented at the senior-most levels. Our research focused on 35 women at the senior-most levels of institutions of higher education and explored their journey into senior leadership roles and their experience of being a leader in higher education today. Semi-structured interviews were conducted, coded, and analyzed… Expand

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