publication . Other literature type . 2014

Assessing the Intra-Departmental Social Networks of Male and Female STEM Faculty: A Preliminary Analysis

Holloway, Stacie F, PhD; Kallen, Rachel, PhD; Howe, Steve, PhD; Eiler, Brian;
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  • Published: 21 Mar 2014
  • Publisher: Purdue University
  • Country: United States
Social relationships and intra-organizational networking have repeatedly been shown to predict career success.[1] However, building social networks may become difficult when STEM women enter into an area where they are judged, implicitly or explicitly, to be less competent outsiders. Social networks can also become more difficult to manage when work-life demands become unmanageable. Thus, a key component to analyzing the success of the ADVANCE program at the University of Cincinnati (UC LEAF) entails assessing the social climate through real connections between people within UC. To this end, LEAF has begun collecting closed network data from faculty in each of U...
free text keywords: social network analysis; STEM; gender differences, Social and Behavioral Sciences
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