Navigating Careers in the Academy: Gender, Race, and Class

The Butler Center, in partnership with ADVANCE-Center for Faculty Success, is introducing a new working paper series that will focus on navigating careers in the academy. This peer reviewed series will include work by senior scholars, graduate students, and faculty of all stages at Purdue as a space for the discussion of issues related to academic careers. The series will include reflection papers, summaries of research, write-ups of speakers or meetings, white papers, preliminary findings, conceptual pieces, creative works, and best practices. Topics of interest for this series include strategies for diversifying faculty, staff, and students; creating inclusive research environments; mechanisms for involving graduate and undergraduate students in research; considering inclusivity in mentoring; and gender bias in the classroom. This is by no means an exhaustive list and we invite any submissions that fall under the broad topic of academic careers, particularly those related to issues of race, class, and gender.

For submission to the Working Paper Series that focusses on navigating careers in the academy, please visit the Submission Instructions page.

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