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Emerging Leaders
PRESENTED BY:
DRS. HEIDI GRAPPENDORF,
WENDY KRAUSE, AND
MARIA CORREA
Emerging Leaders
 Maria Correa - Associate
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Professor of Epidemiology & Public
Health
Joel Ducoste- Associate
Professor of Civil, Construction, &
Environmental Engineering
Julie Earp -Associate Professor of
Information Technology
Heidi Grappendorf - Assistant
Professor of Sport Management
Amy Grunden - Associate
Professor of Microbiology
 Wendy Krause - Associate
Professor of Textile Engineering
 Kara Peters - Associate Professor
of Mechanical & Aerospace
Engineering
 Traciel Reid - Associate
Professor of Political Science &
Public Administration, and CHASS
Director of Diversity Programs
 Jessica DeCuir-Gunby Associate Professor of Educational
Psychology
What we are doing
 Navigating… finding out
how to become change
agents
 Finding a space where we
can be visible & have a
voice
 Building a sense of
community
 Being valued and
becoming empowered
What we are doing!
What we are doing…
What we are not doing…
Through Experiences
 Topics
 Information
 Education
 Self reflecting
 Being open & honest
 On an internal journey
that is leading us to be
stronger inside and out
Topics of Discussion
 Bias in evaluation
 Stereotypes!
 Under-recognition
 Overt and Covert
 Service
discrimination
 Walking the tightrope as
a feminist
 Recruitment
 Retention
 Research
 Work/Life/Family
Balance
 Salaries
 Tenure
 *We all had
stories/examples
Example:
Example:
Striking quotes
 "...male students tended to rate male instructors more
favorably than female instructors, although the opposite was
often true for female students."
 "Goldin and Rouse (1997) found that a woman's chances of
being advanced beyond preliminary tryouts for major
symphony orchestras were increased by about 50 percent
when the auditions were held behind a screen."
 "Similarly, the Modern Language Association discovered that
anonymous submissions of papers for journals and conference
by women had a considerably higher acceptance rates than
those submitted with their names."
Striking Quotes
 "References to publications written by women were
found to constitute a significantly smaller proportion
of citations in articles written by men than in articles
written by women, even in the same narrow
subfields."
 One person told Elinor Ostrom, Nobel Prize of
Economic Sciences, that the best teaching job she
could hope for after completing her degree was
"teaching in a city college somewhere."
Examples of Project Titles
 Determination of best practices for improving
institutional diversity hires and retention in CALS:
An inter-university and college study
 Hispanic/Latino faculty recruitment and retention at
NCSU, peer universities, and selected Hispanic
Serving Institutions
 Revitalizing Promotion and Tenure for the 21st
Century Academic Workforce
 A Peer institutional Study of Women in Business
Schools
The End, Fin! Thank you

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