Center for Teaching Excellence and Women's and Gender Studies Event
Last Updated: May 27, 2015
- Impact of Gender on the Evaluation of Teaching
Laube, H., Massoni, K., Sprague, J., & Ferber, A. L. (2007). The Impact of Gender on the Evaluation of Teaching: What We Know and What We Can Do. NWSA Journal, 19(3), 87-104.
- Reducing the Effects of Gender Stereotypes on Performance Evaluations
Bauer, C. C., & Baltes, B. B. (2002). Reducing the Effects of Gender Stereotypes on Performance Evaluations. Sex Roles, 47(9/10), 465-476.
- Student Evaluations and Gendered Expectations
Sprague, J., & Massoni, K. (2005). Student Evaluations and Gendered Expectations: What We Can't Count Can Hurt Us. Sex Roles, 53(11/12), 779-793.
- Contrapower Harassment in Academia
Lampman, C., Phelps, A., Bancroft, S., & Beneke, M. (2009). Contrapower Harassment in Academia: A Survey of Faculty Experience with Student Incivility, Bullying, and Sexual Attention. Sex Roles, 60(5/6), 331-346.
- Student Resistance to Course Content
Moore, M. (1997). Student Resistance to Course Content: Reactions to the Gender of the Messenger. Teaching Sociology, 25(2), 128-133.
- When Authority = She
Gallos, Joan V. (1995) When Authority = She: A Male Student Meets a Female Instructor. Journal of Management Development. 14(2), 65-76.