Wednesday, September 16, 2015

How a Top Business School Added More Women to Its Faculty

The Chronicle of Higher Education
September 14th, 2015

Last month, during a meeting at the White House, the deans of some of the nation’s top business schools committed to making their programs more accessible and appealing to women. They also noted a related challenge: hiring female faculty members. Data from a salary survey by AACSB International, an association of business schools, underscores the gender gap in what has long been a largely male-dominated workplace. In 2014-15, at the 497 American schools that responded, women made up 37.5 percent of assistant professors, roughly 32 percent of associate professors, and slightly more than 20 percent of full professors.
THE PROBLEM
More men than women on the faculty

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