Women in the Post-Pandemic Workplace / Professional Staff Advancement in Higher Education: Selected Articles
“As Covid-19 Pummels Budgets, Colleges Are Resorting to Layoffs and Furloughs. Here’s the Latest,” Chronicle of Higher Education (May 13, 2020).
Dan Bauman, “A Brutal Tally: Higher Ed Lost 650,000 Jobs Last Year,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Feb. 5, 2021).
Lee Skallerup Bessette, “Where Are the Career Paths for Staff on Campus? Unlike Professors and Administrators, Staff Members Have Few-To-No Options for Moving Up,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Dec. 4, 2020).
Carina Bossu, Natalie Brown, et al., “Career Progression and Development of Professional Staff in Higher Education,” Professional and Support Staff in Higher Education (June 30, 2018).
Andy Brantley and Rob Shomaker, “What’s Next for the Higher Education Workforce? A Look at the Challenges and Opportunities That Lie Ahead,” Higher Ed Magazine (Spring 2021).
Joel B. Carnevale and Isabella Hatak, “Employee Adjustment and Well-Being in the Era of COVID-19: Implications for Human Resource Management,” 116 Journal of Business Research 183-187 (2020).
Rose Casey, “The Pandemic’s Sexist Consequences: Academe’s Stark Gender Disparities Are Exacerbated by Covid-19,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Mar. 16, 2021).
Sahalie Donaldson and Chelsea Long, “As Covid Cases Break Records, Instructors Are Asking for More Flexibility in the Classroom,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Jan. 13, 2022).
Kweilin Ellingrud and Liz Hilton Segel, "COVID-19 Has Driven Millions of Women Out of the Workforce. Here’s How to Help Them Come Back, Fortune (Feb. 13, 2021).
Kelly Field, “The Pandemic Accelerates a Decline in Campus-Based Child Care,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Dec. 15, 2021).
Guananí Gómez–Van Cortright, “Faculty Hiring Challenges and Resilience in the Face of a Pandemic,” ASBMB Today (American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology) (Aug. 19, 2021).
Kate Heinz, “The True Costs of Employee Turnover,” Built-In (Mar. 7, 2022).
Alexander C. Kafka, “Campus Counselors Are Burned Out and Short-Staffed,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Nov. 15, 2021).
,” Inside Higher Ed (Mar. 18, 2018).
Megan Krone, “To Those Who Have Stayed” (Oct. 12, 2021).
Diana Kwon, “As the Pandemic Hits Campus Finances, Faculty Face Layoffs,” The Scientist (June 4, 2020).
Eva O. L. Lantsoght, Yvonne Tse Crepaldi, et al., “Challenges and Opportunities for
,” Frontiers in Psychology (Aug. 18, 2021).
Kevin R. McClure, "Burnout Is Coming to Campus. Are College Leaders Ready?", EdSurge (Aug. 14. 2020).
Kevin R. McClure, “Higher Ed, We’ve Got a Morale Problem — And a Free T-Shirt Won’t Fix It,” EdSurge (Sep. 27. 2021).
Shane McFeely and Ben Wigert, 2019, “This Fixable Problem Costs U.S. Businesses $1 Trillion,” Gallup (Mar. 13, 2019).
Amy Olberding, “We’re Begging Students to Save Our Lives: The University Won’t Require Masks or Vaccines, So Faculty Members Must Plead,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Aug. 27, 2021).
Christina Pazzanese, “How COVID Experiences will Reshape the Workplace,” Harvard Gazette (Feb. 9, 2021).
Amy Schleunes, “Universities Issue Hiring Freezes in Response to COVID-19,” The Scientist (May 26, 2020).