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CREATEngagement References


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Bilimoria, D., & Stewart, A. (2009). "Don't ask, don't tell": The academic climate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender faculty in science and engineering. NWSA Journal, 21(2), 85-103.

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Correll, S.J., Benard, S., and Paik, I. (2007), Getting a job Is there a motherhood penalty? The American Journal of Sociology, 112(5), 1297-1338.

Edwards, W., & Ross, H. (2018). What are they saying? Black faculty at predominantly white institutions of higher education. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 28(2), 142-161.

Fleming, S., Goldman, A., Correll, S. & Taylor, C. (2016) Settling In: The role of individual and departmental tactics in the development of new faculty networks, The Journal of Higher Education, 87(4), 544-572.  doi: 10.1353/jhe.2016.0018

Frasch, K., et al. (2007). Creating a family friendly department: Chairs and Deans Toolkit. UC Faculty Family Friendly Edge, Berkeley, CA.

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Sheridan, J., Pribbenow, C., Fine, E., Handelsman, J. & Carnes, M. (2007). Climate change at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: What changed, and did ADVANCE have an impact? WEPAN 2007 National Conference Proceedings: Imagining the Future of Engineering.

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Waltman, J. & Hollenshead, C. (2005) Creating a positive department climate: Principles for best practices, Prepared for NSF ADVANCE at the University of Michigan, revised August 2007.

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