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Title: Changing Collegial Culture to Break through the Academic Glass Ceiling


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Changing Collegial Culture to Break through the
Academic Glass Ceiling
  • Cheryl Geisler
  • Dean, Communication, Art Technology
  • Simon Fraser University
  • cgeisler_at_sfu.ca

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I. The Academic Glass Ceiling
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National Academies 2010 Report
  • Success rate in promotion to full no difference
  • BUT
  • Time in rank before promotion 2.9 yr gap
  • Knowledge of institutions policy on promotion
    significant difference
  • Engaging in conversation on professional topics
    with colleagues significant difference

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Agenda
  • I. The Academic Glass Ceiling
  • II. The MEN Model for Change in the Academy
  • III. MEN in the University
  • V. MEN in the Professions
  • VI. What You Can Do

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II. The MEN Model for Change in the Academy
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Matrix Organization
  • Collegial system
  • Bureaucratic system

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Matrix Organization
  • Bureaucratic system policy reform
  • Collegial system cultural change

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Collegial System
  • social contract of the academic professions
  • Intense collegiality
  • Self-regulation
  • Apprenticeship

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Changing Collegial Culture
  • Monitoring make a case
  • Engagement engage senior faculty
  • Networking create networking patterns

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III. MEN in the University
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Monitoring at Rensselaer
  • 13 Club Index
  • 13 or more years since highest degree
  • Index
  • of women in Club not yet promoted
  • -----------------------------------------
  • of men in Club not yet promoted
  • Index 1 parity

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13 Club DIY
  • List of the members with rank
  • Year of terminal degree
  • Gender
  • Publicly available

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Engagement Networking
  • Quiet Phase
  • Faculty Coaches
  • Networking

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Changes in the 13 Index
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MEN in a Professional Society
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Role of the Professional Society
  • Control of Rewards
  • Peer Review
  • Journal Publication
  • Awards
  • Control of Networks
  • Editorial boards
  • Journal reviewers
  • External letters

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Monitoring
  • 13 Club in the Society
  • Membership list
  • Rank
  • Gender
  • Year of degree
  • Overall Index 1.7

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Engagement
  • Special Session
  • Task Force
  • Quiet Phase

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Networking
  • Career Retreat
  • 2-3 day get together
  • 18-month networking groups
  • Career Mentors

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Areas that Participants Change
  • Changing patterns of work
  • Restarting research programs
  • Developing networks

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V. What You Can Do
  1. Monitor promotion patterns
  2. Engage the senior faculty
  3. Network

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Resources
  • The 13 Club A Metric for Understanding,
    Documenting, and Resisting Patterns of
    Non-Promotion to Full Professor. Geisler, Cheryl,
    Debbie Kaminski, and Robyn A. Berkley. The
    National Womens Studies Association Journal
    19(3), 2007, pp. 145-162.
  • cgeisler_at_sfu.ca

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