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Support From Above The Glass Ceiling: Narratives Of Women As University Student Leaders, Rebecca Schwartz
Using qualitative methodology. the researcher examined motivations, social support networks, and challenges college women face in student leadership positions. Four semi-structured interviews were conducted at a midsized university in the Midwest with college women in various positions of organizational leadership. The researcher identified motivational factors for women to apply for leadership positions as well as described the social support network that exists for college women in positions of leadership. Challenges college women face in achieving higher leadership positions were also identified. Lastly, recommendations were made for student affairs professionals and women in leadership based on the research findings.
Personal, Professional, And Educational Characteristics Of Illinois Women Superintendents In 1987, Joyce Simpson Kaufman
This study reviewed the personal, professional, and educational characteristics of the Illinois women superintendents in 1987. A questionnaire was mailed to the twenty-two women superintendents. Eighteen of them replied.
The three specific problems addressed by the study were:
1. What are the personal, professional, and educational characteristics of Illinois women superintendents in 1987?
2. What are the special problems encountered by women superintendents?
3. What advice do the present women superintendents in Illinois offer to women aspiring to become superintendents?
The responses were based on the perceptions of the eighteen women superintendents who replied. The questionnaire results were reported in ...