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Balancing work and personal life
Capitalizing Gains and Maximizing Progress During the Summer
The Compleat Academic
Departmental governance: Ensuring a voice for women and minorities
Developing Your Circle of Advisors
Enititlement at work and negotiation
Equality in Personal Relationships
Grant Writing
Hallmarks of Success
Handling Rejection and Publishing Patterns of Faculty Women
Leadership and Social Networks
Making the Most of Attending Conferences
Making Sure Academia Works for You
Mechanisms of Sex Differences: Neural Steroids
Mechanisms of Sex Differences: Steroid Receptors
Negotiating Authorship Credit
Power and Politics
Procrastination and Managing Writing-time Effectively
Public Speaking and Making Effective Presentations
Research, Teaching, and Service
Science Faculty Seminar
Self Promotion and Building a National Reputation
Sex Differences in Aggression
Sex Differences in Anxiety and Stress Responses: From Humans to Rats
Sex Differences in Cognition: Studies of Adults and Children
Sex Differences in Communications: Studies of Adults and Children
Sex Differences in Drug Abuse Liability and Dependence
Sponsoring and Being Sponsored
State of Science at Hunter College
Students and Assistant Management
Teaching Efficiently
Tenure and Promotion
Travels in the Amazon: Electric Fish & Excitable Scientists
 

 

Balancing work and personal life

    Readings and background material:
  • Belkin, L. (2003, October 26). The opt-out revolution. The New York Times. Retrieved October 27, 2003. from here
  • Caplan, P. J. (1994). What you can do: Suggestions for specific situations. In Lifting a ton of feathers: A woman's guide to surviving in the academic world (pp. 136-149). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Fogg, P. (2003, June 13). Why some women quit their coveted tenure-track jobs. The Chronicle of Higher Education [The Faculty]. Retrieved January 22, 2004, from here
  • Jacobs, J. A. (2004). Presidential address: The faculty time divide. Sociological Forum, 19(1), 3-27.
  • Strober, M. H. (2003, November). Women in the workplace: The unfinished revolution. USA Today, pp. 28-29.
  • Taylor, S. E., & Martin, J. (2004). The academic marathon: Controlling one's career. In J. M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger, III (Eds.), The compleat academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 363-392). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Tischler, L. (2004, February). Where are the women? Not in the corner office, even after all these years. Not now. Maybe not ever. So what happened? Fast Company, 79, 52-58.

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Capitalizing Gains and Maximizing Progress During the Summer

    Readings and background material:
  • Valian, V., & Williams, N. (2006, March 15). Capitalizing gains and maximizing progress during the summer topic discussion and activities. [GEP Sponsorship Program Workshop handout]. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here
  • Williams, N. (2004, March 17). Capitalizing gains and maximizing progress during the summer topic discussion and activities. [GEP Sponsorship Program Workshop handout]. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here

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The Compleat Academic

    Description:
  • The Gender Equity Project (GEP) is dedicated to helping faculty members acquire the skills and techniques essential for professional success. The Compleat Academic, funded via the CUNY Faculty Development Program, is a two-day colloquium for junior faculty in all disciplines, at all CUNY campuses. Over the two day period, GEP Co-Directors Virginia Valian and Vita Rabinowitz will address a broad range of topics relevant to the early career challenges faced by junior faculty, including balancing work responsibilities, teaching effectively and efficiently, public speaking, negotiation, leadership, and designing a web site to highlight your research.
    Workshops featuring subject:
  • December 16, 2004 10:00 am– 5:00 pm
    President's Conference Room, 1700 East Building, Hunter College.
  • December 17, 2004 10:00 am– 5:00 pm
    President's Conference Room, 1700 East Building, Hunter College.

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Departmental governance: Ensuring a voice for women and minorities

    Readings and background material:
  • Capaldi, E. (2004). Power, politics, and survival in academia. In J.M. Darley, M.P. Zanna, & H.L. Roediger III (Eds.) The compleat academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 245-257). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Caplan, P. J. (1994). Unwritten rules and impossible proofs. In Lifting a ton of feathers: A women's guide to surviving in the academic world (pp. 34-46). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Kanter, R. M. (1979). Differential access to opportunity and power. In R. Alvarez & K. G. Lutterman (Eds.), Discrimination in organizations (pp. 52-68). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Mazhar, S. & Martinez, T.N. (2007). Ensuring a voice for women and minorities. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College.
  • Penner, L. A., Dovidio, J. F., Schroeder, D. A. (2004). Managing the department chair and navigating the department power structure. In J. M. Darley, M.P. Zanna., & H. L. Roediger, III (Eds.), The compleat academic A career guide (2nd ed., pp.259-276). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Stanley, C. A. (2006). Coloring the academic landscape: Faculty of color breaking the silence in predominantly white colleges and universities. American Educational Research Journal, 43(4), 701-736.
  • Valian, V. (2006). Power, effectiveness, and gender. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College.

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Developing Your Circle of Advisors

    Readings and background material:
  • Abbott, I. O. (2001). Being an effective mentor: 101 practical strategies for success. Washington, D.C.: National Association for Law Placement.
  • Abbott, I. O. (2001). Working with a mentor: 50 practical suggestions for success. Washington, D.C.: National Association for Law Placement.
  • Higgins, M. C. & Thomas, D. A. (2001). Constellations and careers: Toward understanding the effects of multiple developmental relationships. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 223-247.
  • McCauley, C. D. & Martineau, J. W. (1998). Becoming your own best mentor: Selecting a mosaic of mentors. Reaching your developmental goals: Ideas into action guidebooks. Greensboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership.
  • McCauley, C. D. & Martineau, J. W. (1998). Reaching your developmental goals. Greensboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership Press.
  • Williams, N. (2003). Building a mentor mosaic. [GEP Sponsorship Program Workshop handout]. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here

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Enititlement at work and negotiation

    Readings and background material:
  • Babcock, L., & Laschever, S. (2003). Scaring the boys. In Women don't ask: Negotiation and the gender divide (pp. 85-111). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Barker, K. (2002). Make research the foundation. In At the helm: A laboratory navigator (pp. 143-178). Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
  • Digiusto, E. (1994). Equity in authorship: A strategy for assigning credit when publishing. Social Science and Medicine, 38, 55-58.
  • Rose, S., & Danner, M. J. E. (1998). Money matters: The art of negotiation for women faculty. In L. H. Collins, J. C. Chrisler, & K. Quina (Eds.), Career strategies for women in academe: Arming Athena (pp. 157-186). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Williams, N., & Valian, V. (2003). Tips for effective negotiating. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here
  • Wilson, R. (March, 2001). Beggar, psychologist, mediator, maid: The thankless job of a chairman [Electronic Version]. The Chronicle of Higher Education, p. A10.

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Equality in Personal Relationships

    Readings and background material:
  • Knudson-Martin, C., & Mahoney, A. R. (1998). Language processes in the construction of equality in new marriages. Family Relations, 47, 81-91.
  • Patterson, K., Grenny, J., McMillan, R., & Switzler, A. (2002). Crucial conversations: Tools for taking when stakes are high. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Patterson, K., Grenny, J., McMillan, R., Switzler, A. (2002). Make it safe: How to make in safe to talk about almost anything. In Crucial conversations: Tools for talking when stakes are high. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Steil, J. M. (2001). Contemporary marriage: Still an unequal partnership. In C. Hendrick & S. Hendrick (Eds.), Close relationships: A sourcebook (pp. 125-136). New York: Sage Publications.
  • Steil, J. M., McGann, V. L., & Kahn, A. S. (2001). Entitlement. Encyclopedia of women and gender: Vol. 1. New York: Academic Press.
  • Trubek, A. (2004, February 20). From spousal hire to single mom: What happens when an academic couple breaks up, and the one who works part of the time needs a full-time job?. The Chronicle of Higher Education [Chronicle Careers]. Retrieved from here
  • Trubek, A. (2004, February 20). When a spousal hire becomes a single mom [Electronic version]. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 50(24), C1.
  • Williams, N., & Valian, V. (2003). Tips for effective negotiating. Unpublished manuscript, Gender Equity Project, Hunter College.

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Grant Writing

    Readings and background material:
  • Borkowski, J. G. &. Howard, K. S. (2005). Applying for research grants. In F. Leong and J. Austin (Eds.), The psychology research handbook: A guide for graduate students and research assistants (pp. 433-442). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Retrieved 21 September 2006 from here
  • Cognitive Science Program, University of Arizona. (undated). Extramural funding opportunities in cognitive science. Retrieved 24 September 2006 from here
  • GEP (2007). Helpful grant proposal websites. [GEP Grant Writing Assistance Program hand out] Gender Equity Project. from here
  • National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases, National Institutes of Health. (undated). All About Grants Tutorials. Retrieved 21 September 2006 from here
  • Office of Research, University of Notre Dame. (6 June 2006). Retrieved 21 September 2006 from University of Notre Dame Office of Research website from here
  • Rice, P. M. (18 August 2005). Tips on writing proposals. Retrieved 21 September 2006 from University of Southern Illinois Carbondale, Office of Research Development and Administration web site: from here
  • Valian, V.V., Barr, G., Berenbaum, S., Griffin, Z., Gerken, L., & Rajaram, S (2006). Grant writing tips. Unpublished manuscript, for Gender Equity Project, Sponsorship program. Updated February 2007. from here

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Hallmarks of Success

    Readings and background material:
  • Marx, G. T. (1990). Reflections on academic success and failure: Making it, forsaking it, reshaping it. In B. Berger (Ed.), Authors in their own lives (pp. 260-284). California: University of California Press.
  • Roediger III, H. L., & Balota, D. A. (2004). Managing your career: The long view. In J.M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger III (Eds.), The compleat academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 393–407). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  • Taylor, A. E., & Martin, J. (2004). The Academic marathon: Controlling one's career. In J.M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger III (Eds.), The compleat academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 363 – 392). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

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Handling Rejection and Publishing Patterns of Faculty Women

    Readings and background material:
  • Gender Equity Project (2007). Handling journal articles that receive a revise-and- resubmit or rejection decision. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here
  • Guillou, P. J. & Earnshaw, J. J. (2000). Dealing with the rejected article. British Journal of Surgery, 87 (12), 1603-1604.
  • Henson, K. T. (1999). Writing for professional journals. Phi Delta Kappan, 80(10), 780-783.
  • Montgomery. M. (2003,). Thank you for advertising, but your needs don't meet my interests [Electronic version]. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 50 (2), B15.
  • Rice, P. M. (2005). Tips on Writing Proposals. Retrieved August 2, 2006, from University of Southern Illinois Carbondale, Office of Research Development and Administration Web site: from here
  • Siegel, V. & Werb, Z. (2002, August). How to read and respond to a journal rejection letter [Electronic version]. Women in Cell Biology, 25(8), 5-7. Retrieved January 4, 2005, from here
  • Technology improvements and services available to Hunter College faculty, here  [PDF: 114 KB]
  • Uchiyama, K. & Simone, G. (1999). Criteria for judging manuscripts. Publishing educational research: Guidelines and tips. Retrieved 14 March 2005 from here
  • Valian, V.V., Barr, G., Berenbaum, S., Griffin, Z., Gerken, L., & Rajaram, S (2006). Grant writing tips. Unpublished manuscript, for Gender Equity Project, Sponsorship program.

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Leadership and Social Networks

    Readings and background material:
  • Carli, L. L. & Eagly, A. H. (1999). Gender effects on social influence and emergent leadership. In G. N. Powell (Ed.), Handbook of gender & work (pp. 203-222). New York: Sage Publications.
  • Carli, L. L. (1999). Gender, interpersonal power, and social influence. Journal of Social Issues, 55(1), 81-99.
  • O'Leary, V. E. & Mitchell, J. M. (1990). Women connecting with women: Networks and mentors. In S. S. Lie & O'Leary V.E. (Eds.), Storming the tower: Women in the academic world (pp. 58-73). New York: Kogan Page.
  • Valian, V. (1999). Evaluating women and men. In Why so slow? The advancement of women (pp. 125-133). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  • Williams, N. (2004). What makes a leader?. [GEP Sponsorship Program Workshop handout]. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here

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Making the Most of Attending Conferences

    Readings and background material:
  • Cuny, J. (n.d.). Networking. Retrieved July 17, 2006 from here
  • Goodman, B. (1993, February 22). Networking at meetings is vital for career advancement. The Scientist, 7, 19-23.
  • Mack, A. (1997, November 24). Women scientists stress need for visibility at conferences. The Scientist, 11, 13-19.
  • Rief-Lehrer, L. (1992, July 20). Promoting yourself is key to climbing the academic ladder. The Scientist, 6, 20-25.
  • Valian, V., Rajaram, S., Nicols-Grinenko, A., Martinez, T. & Mazhar, S. (2006). Attending conferences. Unpublished manuscript, Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. Available from here

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Making Sure Academia Works for You

    Description:
  • The Gender Equity Project (GEP) is dedicated to helping faculty members acquire the skills and techniques essential for professional success. Making Sure that Academia Includes You is a two-day colloquium for untenured, tenure-track, assistant professors in all disciplines, at all CUNY campuses. Over the two day period, GEP Co-Directors Virginia Valian and Vita Rabinowitz will address a broad range of topics relevant to the early career challenges faced by junior faculty, including balancing work responsibilities, teaching effectively and efficiently, speaking at professional conferences, preparing for tenure and promotion, negotiating, becoming a leader, and manuscript writing for publication.
    Workshops featuring subject:
  • Thursday , June 9, 2005 , 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
    President's Conference Room, 1700 East Building, Hunter College.
    Friday , June 10, 2005 , 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
    President's Conference Room, 1700 East Building, Hunter College.

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Mechanisms of Sex Differences: Neural Steroids

    Speakers:
  • Cheryl Frye Associate Professor Department of Psychology SUNY Albany
    Workshops featuring subject:
  • April 30, 2003
    Room 611 Hunter North

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Mechanisms of Sex Differences: Steroid Receptors

    Speakers:
  • Sheila Mani Baylor College of Medicine smani@bcm.tmc.edu
    Workshops featuring subject:
  • May 7, 2003

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Negotiating Authorship Credit

    Readings and background material:
  • Bennett, Dianne. (2003). Unethical practices in authorship of scientific papers in Emergency Medicine 15, 263-270, from here
  • Miarmi, Lindsay. (2005). A Few Words on Authorship Credit, Gender Equity Project from here
  • Fine, Mark, and Kurdek, Lawrence. (1993). Reflections on Determining Authorship Credit and Authorship Order on Faculty-Student Collaborations in American Psychologist, Vol. 48, No. 11. 1141-1147 from here
  • Dingfelder, Sadie F. (2006). Get the credit you deserve. Gradpsych, from here

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Power and Politics

    Readings and background material:
  • Capalidi, E. D. (2004). Power, politics, and survival in academia. In J. M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger, III (Eds.), The compleat academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 245-257). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Caplan, P. J. (1994). Unwritten rules and impossible proofs. In Lifting a ton of feathers: A women's guide to surviving in the academic world (pp. 34-46). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Kanter, R. M. (1979). Differential access to opportunity and power. In R. Alvarez & K. G. Lutterman (Eds.), Discrimination in organizations (pp. 52-68). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Penner, L. A., Dovidio, J. F., & Schroeder, D. A. (2004). Managing the department chair and navigating the department power structure. In J. M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger, III (Eds.), The compleat academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 259-276). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Valian, V. (2003). Gender, power, and influence. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here

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Procrastination and Managing Writing-time Effectively

    Readings and background material:
  • Fawkner, E. (2000). Managing time to accomplish more. Retrieved July 2003 from here.
  • McKinney, M. (2004). The successful academic. Retrieved September 19, 2005 from here.
  • Miles, M. (2002). Weekly schedule and instructions: GEP procrastination program [Time use data collection]. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here
  • Valian, V. (1977). Learning to work. In S. Ruddick, & P. Daniels (Eds.), Working it out: 23 women writers, artists, scientists and scholars talk about their lives and work (pp.162-178). NY: Pantheon Books. from here
  • Valian, V. (1985). Solving a work problem. In M. F. Fox (Ed.), Scholarly writing and publishing: Issues, problems, and solutions (pp. 99-110). Boulder, Co: Westview Press. from here
  • Valian, V. (2003). Understanding procrastination and managing time. Unpublished manuscript. Hunter College. from here
  • Zerubavel, E. (1999). The writing schedule. In The clockwork muse (pp.14-35). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

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Public Speaking and Making Effective Presentations

    Readings and background material:
  • Malouf, D. (1995, November) Training 101: Ready, set, speak! Training and Development, 13-15.
  • Nicols-Grinenko, A. (2003). Nuggets culled from group discussions. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College from here
  • Williams, N. (2003). Tips and strategies for public presentations. Unpublished manuscript. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College.

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Research, Teaching, and Service

    Readings and background material:
  • Taylor, S. E., & Martin, J. (2004). The academic marathon: Controlling one's career. In J. M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger, III (Eds.), The complete academic: A career guide (2nd ed., pp. 363-392). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

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Science Faculty Seminar

    Description:
  • The seminar is a series of workshops to help CUNY women faculty in the natural and social sciences improve their research, advance their careers, and navigate challenges. Over a two-year period, Hunter's Gender Equity Project (http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/genderequity) has developed the workshops to improve the status of women in the sciences at Hunter College. We now want to offer the workshops to women faculty in the sciences at any CUNY campus. Workshop topics will include:
    • Time management
    • Balancing responsibilities at work and at home
    • Entitlement and negotiation
    • Public speaking
    • Power and politics
    • Publishing
    • Leadership
    • Student and assistant management
    Workshops featuring subject:
  • 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday May 25, May 26 and May 27, 2004.
    President's Conference Room, 1700 East Building, Hunter College.

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Self Promotion and Building a National Reputation

    Readings and background material:
  • Bagilhole, B. & Goode, J. (2001). The contradiction of the myth of individual merit, and the reality of a patriarchal support system in academic careers: A feminist investigation. The European Journal of Women's Studies, 8(2), 161-180.
  • Heilman, M. E. (2001). Description and prescription: How gender stereotypes prevent women's ascent up the organizational ladder. Journal of Social Issues, 57(4), 657-674.
  • Rudman, L. A. (1998). Self-promotion as a risk factor for women: The costs and benefits of counterstereotypical impression management. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74 (3), 629-645.
  • Roediger, H. L. (2004, January). Vita voyeur. in American Psychological Society Observer, 17(1), 26-27. from here


  • Sex Differences in Aggression

      Speakers:
    • Sonoko Ogawa Research Associate Professor Pfaff Lab, Neurobiology of Behavior The Rockefeller University ogawa@rockefeller.edu
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • April 15, 2003
      Room 611 Hunter North


    Sex Differences in Anxiety and Stress Responses: From Humans to Rats

      Speakers:
    • Camilla Benbow Margaret Altemus Assistant Professor Department of Psychiatry Weill Medical College of Cornell University
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • March 26, 2003
      Room 611 Hunter North


    Sex Differences in Cognition: Studies of Adults and Children

      Speakers:
    • Camilla Benbow Professor Psychology & Human Development Vanderbilt University
    • Nora Newcombe Professor Psychology Temple University
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • March 12, 2003
      Room 217 Hunter West


    Sex Differences in Communications: Studies of Adults and Children

      Speakers:
    • Deborah Tannen University Professor Linguistics Georgetown University
    • Amy Sheldon Professor Communication Studies & Linguistics University of Minnesota
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • Febuary 26, 2003
      Room 424 Hunter North (Ida K. Lang Recital Hall)


    Sex Differences in Drug Abuse Liability and Dependence

      Speakers:
    • Scott Lukas Chair, IRB Panel A Research Administration McLean Hospital of Harvard Medical School
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • April 9, 2003
      Room 611 Hunter North


    Sponsoring and Being Sponsored

      Readings and background material:
    • Abbott, I. O. (2001). Being an effective mentor: 101 practical strategies for success. Washington, D.C.: National Association for Law Placement.
    • Abbott, I. O. (2001). Working with a mentor: 50 practical suggestions for success. Washington, D.C.: National Association for Law Placement.
    • Elzubeir, M. A., & Rizk, D. E. E. (2000). Identifying characteristics that students, interns and residents look for in their role models. Medical Education, 35, 272-277.
    • Fogg, P. (2003, August 1). The catalytic mentor [Electronic version]. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 49(47), A10.
    • Higgins, M. C. & Thomas, D. A. (2001). Constellations and careers: Toward understanding the effects of multiple developmental relationships. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 223-247.
    • McCauley, C. D. & Martineau, J. W. (1998). Becoming your own best mentor: Selecting a mosaic of mentors. Reaching your developmental goals: Ideas into action guidebooks. Greensboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership.
    • Mobley, G. M., Jaret, C., Marsh, K., & Lim, Y. Y. (1994). Mentoring, job satisfaction, gender, and the legal profession. Sex Roles, 31(1/2), 79-98.
    • PSC CUNY Research Award Program [PDF: 86 KB]
    • Ragins, B. R. (1999). Gender and mentoring relationships: A review and research agenda for the next decade. In G. N. Powell (Ed.), Handbook of gender and work (pp. 347-370). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
    • Thomas, D. A. (2001, April). The truth about mentoring minorities: Race matters. Harvard Business Review, 99-107.
    • Williams, N. (2003). Building a mentor mosaic. [GEP Sponsorship Program Workshop handout]. Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here


    State of Science at Hunter College

      Description:
    • The first-ever meeting on The State of Science at Hunter College

      President Jennifer Raab and Provost Pizer will discuss:

      • the new Hunter science facility
      • the place of science in the upcoming Hunter capital campaign
      • institutional grants at Hunter
      • other matters of importance to everyone in the social and natural sciences
      GEP Co-Directors Vita Rabinowitz and Virginia Valian will:
      • present data about gender and salary, space, rank, and time in rank
      • provide information about the services and opportunities the GEP can offer to all scientists of all ranks at Hunter College
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • Wednesday, September 22, 2004 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
      Hunter College Room 510 North 68th Street and Lexington Ave New York, NY 10065


    Students and Assistant Management

      Readings and background material:
    • Barker K. (2002). I was trained to do everything but run a lab! In At the helm: A laboratory navigator (pp. 31-38). Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor Press.
    • Smith, R. V. (1986). Development and management of university research groups. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
    • United States Small Business Associations (SBA) Online Women's Business Center. (1997, May). Leaders vs. managers: They're two different animals. Retrieved November 1, 2003 from here.
    • United States Small Business Associations (SBA) Online Women's Business Center. (1997, May). What's your action management style? Retrieved February 5, 2008 from here.
    • Zachs, J. M. & Roediger, H. L. (2004). Setting up your lab and beginning a program of research. In J. M. Darley, M. P. Zanna, & H. L. Roediger (Eds.) The compleat academic: A career guide (pp. 135-153). Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.


    Teaching Efficiently

      Readings and background material:
    • *Boice, R. (2000). Advice for new faculty members: nihil nimus. Boston: Allyn.
    • *Davis, B. G. (1993). Tools for teaching. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
    • Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. (2004). Bok Center online documents. Retrieved August 24, 2005, from Harvard University Web site: from here
    • Felder, R. M. (2002). The effective, efficient professor [Electronic version]. Chemical Engineering Education, 36(2), 114-115.
    • The McGraw Center. (2003). The McGraw . Retrieved August 24, 2005, from Princeton University Web site: from here
    • The McGraw Center. (2003). The scholar as teacher. Retrieved August 24, 2005, from Princeton University Web site: from here
    • Miarmi, L. and Tobery, C. (2004) Tips for teaching effectively and efficiently. Unpublished manuscript, Gender Equity Project, Hunter College. from here
    • Teaching and Learning Center. (n.d.) Retrieved August 24, 2005, from Hunter College - CUNY Web site: from here
    • ‡ Wankat, P. C. & Oreovicz, F. S. (1993). Teaching Engineering. New York: McGraw-Hill.
    • *Wankat, P. C. (2002). The effective, efficient professor: Teaching, scholarship, and service. Boston : Allyn and Bacon.
    • Whitley, B. E., Jr., Perkins, D. V., Balogh, D. W., Keith-Spiegel, P., & Wittig, A. F. (2000, July/August). Fairness in the classroom. APS Observer, 24-27.
    • NOTE:
      * Available at Hunter's Teaching and Learning Center
      ‡ Available online:
      here


    Tenure and Promotion

      Readings and background material:
    • Abbott, D. A., & Sanders, G. F. (1991). On the road to tenure. Family Relations, 40, 106-109.
    • Baron, D. (2002, November 7). A look at the record. Retrieved February 4, 2008, from here
    • Baron, D. (2003, January 7). External reviewers. Retrieved February 4, 2008, from here
    • Baron, D. (2003, February 14). The tenure files: Getting through the college. Retrieved February 4, 2008, from here
    • Baron, D. (2003, April 25). Promoting late bloomers. Retrieved February 4, 2008 from here
    • Baron D. (2003, July 25). Life after tenure. Retrieved February 4, 2008, from here
    • Bruner, E. (1990). Tenure narratives. Anthropology Newsletter. Retrieved February 4, 2008, from here
    • Cebenoyan, D., Rabinowitz, V., Nicols-Grinenko, A., & Valian, V. (2005). The GEP tenure and promotion guidelines. Unpublished manuscript, Gender Equity Project, Hunter College.
      Background Resources:
    • Hunter College Faculty Handbook. Retrieved February 4, 2008 from here
    • Professional Staff Congress/CUNY (PSC-CUNY) Contract. Retrieved February 4, 2008, from here.
    • Report of the Georgia Tech Promotion and Tenure ADVANCE Committee (PTAC). Retrieved May 17, 2004 from here
    • University of California, Irvine. (2003). Advancement and promotion at Irvine. Retrieved October 17, 2005 from here
    • University of Washington Promotion and Tenure resources. Retrieved November 15, 2005 from here
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    Travels in the Amazon: Electric Fish & Excitable Scientists

      Speakers:
    • Christoper Braun Assistant Professor Department of Psychology Hunter College of CUNY
      Workshops featuring subject:
    • March 19, 2003
      Room 611 Hunter North