Publications: Equity/Bias in Tenure and Promotion
- Women & Tenure: Opportunity of a Century, AAUW Newsletter no. 12 (1989), 10M.
- J. Alper, The pipeline is leaking women all the way along, Science 260 no. 93/4/16 (1993), 409-411.
- L. Blum, Breaking the Silence [On the Jenny Harrison Case], (1993).
- L. Blum and L. Goldber, Fighting for Tenure: Another View, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 41 no. 6 (1994), 607-610.
- A. Bunce, Educators urge parents to bolster girls' interest in math and science, Christian Science Monitor, 1995, Sept. 13, (1995) 15.
- A. Gibbons, Key Issue: Tenure, Science 255 no. 92/3/13 (1992), 1386-1387.
- A. Jackson, Fighting for Tenure: The Jenny Harrison Case Opens Pandora’s Box of Issues about Tenure, Discrimination, and the Law, Notices of the AMS, vol 41, no. 3, March 1994, 187-194.
- A. Kolodny, Why feminists need tenure, The Women's Review of Books 13 no. 5 (1996), 23-24.
- S. Landau, What Happens to the Women, (1995).
- D. K. Magner, Accounting Prof...Sex Bias...Wisconsin, Chronicle of Higher Education Feb. 10 (1993).
- M. Rochlin, Mathematics of Discrimination, L.A. Times Magazine, 93/5/9 (1993).
- M. B. Ruskai, Time for Advancement, Focus December 1994 (1994), 25-28.
- B. R. Sandler, Women Faculty at Work in the Classroom or Why it Still Hurts to be a Women in Labor, Communication Education 40 no. 1 (1991), 6-15.
- B. R. Sandler,Women Faculty at Work in the Classroom, or, Why it Still Hurts to be a Women in Labor,
Center for Women Policy Studies (1993).
- P. Selvin, Does the Harrison Case Reveal Sexism in Math, Science 252 no. 28 (1991), 1781-1783.
- E. Seymour, The loss of women from science, mathematics and engineering undergraduate majors: an explanatory account, Science Education 79 no. 4 (1995), 437-473.
- J. Travis, Making room for women in the culture of science, Science 260 no. 93/4/16 (1993), 412-415.
- J. Wallace, What the world needs now: more women in mathematics and science, Educational Leadership 46 no. 6 (1989), 46.