Publications and Other Online Resources External Publications and Other Resources Adapting by Design: Creating Faculty Roles and Defining Faculty Work to Ensure an International Future for Colleges and Universities (Report from The Delphi Project, February 2015) Advancing Diversity Efforts to the Next Level of Coordinated Action (2008 podcast) American Council on Education, Office of Women in Higher Education Association for Women in Science (AWIS) STEMiNARS Bias Persists for Women of Science, a Study Finds (The New York Times, September 24, 2012) The B-School Glass Ceiling by David Moltz (Inside Higher Ed, February 23, 2010) Center for Scientific Review Videos: "NIH Peer Review Revealed" and "NIH Tips for Applicants" Departments Without Women (Inside Higher Ed - July 23, 2013) Equality of Opportunity in Higher Education: Improving Access and Success for Historically Underrepresented Populations (2008 podcast) Family Friendly Campuses Plan for Mother Nature (used with permission of Women in Higher Education, 2010) Fostering Equity & Diversity in Faculty Recruitment (Academic Leadership Journal, Fall 2010) The Gender Gap on Service (Inside Higher Ed, January 12, 2011) Higher Education Dual Career Network (HEDCN) How to Level the Playing Field for Women in Science (Chronicle of Higher Education - March 3, 2014) In the Ivory Tower, Men Only (Slate.com - June 17, 2013) The Ivory Ceiling of Service Work (AAUP - January/February 2011) Junior Professors: Juggling Teaching, Research, and Advice (Chronicle of Higher Education, July 29, 2011) The Look of Leadership in the Ivy League (Chronicle of Higher Education - June 9, 2013) The Mom Penalty by Colleen Flaherty (Inside Higher Ed - June 6, 2013) Mothers in Academia by Scott Jaschik (Inside Higher Ed, June 6, 2013) NIH Peer Review Revealed NIH Tips for Applicants Resources on Gender and Student Course Evaluations Study: Women Aren’t Becoming Engineers Because of Confidence Issues (ASA Press Release, October 2011) Time Management Resources Title IX & STEM: A Guide for Conducting Title IX Self-Evaluations (see pages 18-24) Transforming the Ivory Tower: Decades of Change for African American, Asian American, and Latino Students (2008 podcast) The Triumph of the Working Mother (The New York Times, June 1, 2013) Women and Academic Leadership: Leaning Out (Chronicle of Higher Education - December 9, 2013) Women-Related Higher Education Links (UMBC) Resources Available via Drexel Libraries Magna Online Seminars The Office of the Provost is pleased to present Drexel Faculty with the opportunity to view a variety of recorded online seminars on topics of importance in terms of teaching and learning, as well as faculty life in general. These seminars, offered by Magna publications, are available in electronic online format through Drexel Libraries. Click here to view a complete list of available webinars and access them using your Drexel user name and password. Magna seminar topics include: Developing Tools and Strategies to Access Student Learning Principles and Profiles of Good Practice in Assessment Six Ways to Teach Students of all Abilities Online Ten Ways to Improve Blended Learning Course Design Using Collaborative Teams In and Out of Class Using Course Syllabi to Foster Learner-Centeredness For further information on the topics covered in the online seminars please contact the DCAE via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via telephone at 215-895-4973. For technical questions regarding online access to the webinars please contact the Hagerty Library Circulation Desk via e-mail (email@example.com) or via telephone at 215-895-2767.