Men and women are still treated differently based on gender stereotypes, and higher education is not immune to gender bias. Whether one is seeking a career as a faculty member or some other type of position within academia, knowing the potential challenges one can experience is important. This presentation explores some of the possible situations women and men may encounter as well as provide information on current research findings related to the gender divide in college and university settings. Case studies will be shared so as to explore solutions and develop approaches to addressing gender discrimination.
SPEAKER: Rhonda Sutton, PhD, LPC, Director of College Leadership Programs, NC State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Participation in this forum earns 2 RCR credits for graduate students. Please bring a pen or pencil to complete registration materials. Note that you will not receive credit if you arrive for this event late or leave early. If you have not been to this location before, please plan enough time to find the room.
This event is part of the 2019-20 Academic Job Search Series, co-sponsored by The Graduate School, Duke Career Center, and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. Questions? Contact Dr. Hugh Crumley, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LocationJones Research Building Room 143 Map
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