CEW Research Reports Available in Hard Copy Only

Contact CEW at contactcew@umich.edu if you are interested in any of the followiing reports, available in hard copy only.

Between the Work I love and the Work I Do: Creating Professors and Scholars in the Early Post-Tenure Career. Anna Neumann. 1997. $10.00

Looking Ahead: Life and Career Planning for College Women. Marcy Plunkett, Carol Hollenshead and Jane Hassinger. 1995. $8.00

Women in the Workplace in Three Types of Societies. Elina Haavio-Manila. 1993. $12.00.

A Survey of the Graduate Experience: Sources of Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction among Graduate Students at the Univ. of Michigan. Jean Manis et al. 1993. $12.00.

Women at the University of Michigan: A Statistical Report on the Status of Women Students, Faculty and Staff on the Ann Arbor Campus. Volume III, May 1996. Benchmark for setting goals and measuring continued progress.

The Equity Agenda: Women in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Published by the Cross University Research in Engineering and Science (CURIES) Group: This13 page report is a summary of research and policy recommendations from a national conference on gender issues in science, mathematics and engineering, supported by a grant from the Sloan Foundation. For a free copy of this report, please mail a self-addressed, stamped 10x13 inch envelope with $1.74 in book rate postage to CEW, 330 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2289.

The following CEW publications are available directly through other outlets.

Gender Equity -- A Closer Look. This article by CEW Director Carol Hollenshead and CEW Librarian Jeanne Miller appears in the the AAC&U Publication Diversity Digest Spring 2001. http://www.diversityweb.org/Digest/Sp01/research2.html

Women at Michigan: The "Dangerous Experiment," 1870 to Present. Ruth Bordin. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999. Chronicles the experience of women at the University of Michigan from the first applicants through changing status and challenges across the years of women students, faculty and staff. Published by the University of Michigan Press. To obtain a copy, contact the UM Press at 734.764.4392 or http://www.press.umich.edu/.

The Equity Equation: Fostering the Advancement of Women in the Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1996. Jointly authored by the U of M's Cinda-Sue Davis and CEW's Carol Hollenshead with colleagues from the University of Washington, Wellesley, and Carnegie Mellon, this book presents an in-depth analysis of the diverse issues facing women in science and engineering, from K-12 education to higher education to professional careers. To order this publication, call Jossey-Bass toll-free at 800.956.7739; the cost is $36.95 plus