Campus Women Lead
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CWL publishes a regular column in On Campus with Women, an electronic newsletter sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ Program on the Status and Education of Women. Written by experienced administrators and leaders in higher education, the columns offer diverse perspectives on the most important issues relating to the status of women in higher education and the aim of inclusive excellence.
Below is a complete list of the online Campus Women Lead columns.
Vol 41, No 1, Spring 2012
Improving Climates for Women of Color
in the Academy
By Kathleen Wong(Lau), independent consultant in intergroup communication and diversity in higher
An Institutional Approach to Recruiting and
Retaining a Diverse Faculty
By Yolanda T. Moses, professor of
anthropology and associate vice chancellor for Diversity, Excellence, and Equity
at the University of California–Riverside
Vol 40, No 3, Winter 2012
"Success for Nontraditional Students at Elite Institutions"
By Gloria D. Thomas, director, and Carol Hollenshead, retired director,
University of Michigan Center for the Education of Women
Vol 40, No 2, Fall 2011
"Academia Sin Fronteras: Lupe
Gallegos-Diaz on Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social"
Vol 40, No 1, Spring 2011
"Building Women's Multicultural Alliances between Administrators and Faculty"
By Gertrude Fraser, vice provost for faculty advancement at the University of Virginia, and Donna Maeda, professor of critical theory and social justice at Occidental College
"Administrative Leadership for Equity and Inclusion: An Interview with Sharon J. Washington"
By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, editor of On Campus with Women
Vol 39, No 3, Winter 2011
"Building a Praxis for Transformational Change"
By Donna Maeda, professor of critical theory and social justice, Occidental College
"Black Women in Academe: Twenty-Two Years
By Yolanda T. Moses, professor of anthropology and associate
vice chancellor for Diversity, Excellence, and Equity at the University of
Vol 39, No 2, Fall 2010
"Non-Tenure-Track Pathways: Inclusive Leadership for Instructional Faculty"
By Carol Hollenshead, principal investigator, “Contingent Faculty in a Tenure-Track World”; and retired director, Center for the Education of Women, University of Michigan
Vol 39, No 1, Spring 2010
"Ten Years of Leadership for the Twenty-first Century"
By Nancy “Rusty” Barceló, vice president and vice provost for Equity and Diversity at the University of Minnesota; Judith White, executive director of HERS (Higher Education Resource Services); Patricia Lowrie, director of the Women’s Resource Center at Michigan State University; and Caryn McTighe Musil, senior vice president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities—all members of Campus Women Lead’s executive committee
Vol 38, No 3, Winter 2010
"Developing Media Literacy for Feminist Advocacy in Asian American Communities"
By Shirley Tang, associate professor of Asian American Studies and American Studies at the University of Massachusetts–Boston
Vol 38, No 2, Fall 2009
"Learning from Number Two: Diversity in Community College Leadership"
By Christine C. Iijima Hall, district director of Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance and Recruitment, Maricopa Community College District
Vol 38, No 1, Spring 2009
"Leading for Change: Holding Institutions Accountable"
By Lupe Gallegos-Diaz, director of Chicana/Latino Academic Student Development, University of California-Berkeley
Vol 37, No 3, Winter 2009
"Excluded by Choice? Contingent Faculty and the Leadership Core"
By Judith S. White, president and executive director of HERS (Higher Education Resource Services)
Vol 37, No 2, Fall 2008
"Women's Inclusive Leadership in the STEM Disciplines"
By Patricia M. Lowrie,
director of the Women’s Resource Center and assistant to the dean in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University
Vol 37, No 1, Spring 2008
"I Am a Leader. I Am Also a Woman"
By Susan Henking, professor of religious studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Vol 36, No 3, Winter 2008
"International Alliance Building: The Importance of Listening to Global Peers "
By Gladys Brown, director of Faculty and Staff Affirmative Action at the University of California--Riverside
Vol 36, No 2, Fall 2007
"Women's Leadership and Student Retention in Science and Technology"
By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, editor, On Campus with Women
Vol 36, No 1, Spring 2007
"Fostering Women's Multicultural Alliances as an Academic Administrator"
By Sharon J. Washington, interim director of faculty equity programs at the University of California Office of the President
Vol 35, No 3, Winter 2007
"Where Have All the Young Men Gone: Creating Classrooms and Cultures that Foster Diversity"
Johnnella Butler, provost and vice president for academic affairs, Spelman College
Vol 35, No 2, Fall 2006
“Campus Women Lead”
Sue Rosser, dean of Ivan Allen College, Georgia Institute of Technology
Vol 35, No 1, Spring 2006
“Campus Women Lead”
By Caryn McTighe Musil, vice president for Diversity, Equity, and Global Initiatives, AAC&U
Vol 34, No 4, Summer 2005
“Minding the Canary in the Academy: A Case for Inclusive Transformational Leadership”
By Anny Morrobel-Sosa, dean, Allen E. Paulson College of Science and Technology, Georgia Southern University
Vol 34, No 3, Spring 2005
“Women's Leadership for Inclusive Excellence”
By Caryn McTighe Musil, vice president for Diversity, Equity, and Global Initiatives at the Association of American Colleges & Universities
Vol 34, No 1-2, Fall 2004/Winter 2005
"Pedagogies Outside the Classroom”
By Gwendolyn Jordan Dungy, executive director of NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
“Introducing Campus Women Lead”
By Judith White, assistant vice president, Campus Services, Duke University
Vol 33, No 3-4, Spring/Summer 2004
“Low-Income Women and the Higher Education Act Reauthorization”
By M. Lynsey Morris, American Association of University Women
Vol 33, No 2, Winter 2004
“The Institutional Will to Change”
By Yolanda T. Moses, University of California, Riverside
Vol 33, No 1, Fall 2003
“Centered on the Edge: The New Latina Intellectual Leader”
By Laura I. Rendón, Veffie Milstead Jones endowed chair, California State University-Long Beach
Vol 32, No 3-4, Spring/Summer 2003
"Transforming Leadership: Women of Color Use Cultural Identity As A Tool”
By Rusty Barceló, PhD, vice president for minority affairs, University of Washington, and Patricia M. Lowrie, M.S., director, Women's Resource Center, Michigan State University
Vol 32, No 2, Winter 2002
“The Courage to Lead”
By Rusty Barceló, vice president for minority affairs, University of Washington
Vol 32, No 1, Fall 2002
“Equal Footing: What Would that Mean?”
By Judith White, Assistant Vice President, Office of the Executive Vice President, Duke University