Publication Date

2019

Abstract

Most faculty members want to feel respected and included in their departments, engaged in positive professional interactions with colleagues, and consulted and heard by their department Chairs/Heads.

Yet, many faculty members do not feel included in their departments. Research at UMass shows that among STEM faculty, White women, Asian women, and women from underrepresented minority groups feel much less connected to their departments and less valued by their colleagues and Chairs/Heads than men, particularly in the area of research. In addition, women STEM faculty rate their departments as less collegial, respectful, cooperative, supportive, equitable, fair, and inclusive than men STEM faculty.

Document Type

Inclusive Communities

Recommend Citation

Joya Misra. 2019. Inclusive Departments: Best Practices. University of Massachusetts Amherst ADVANCE Program.

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