The program involves filming interviews with a number of senior university executives, who will answer a series of questions that a mentee or aspiring leader might typically ask a mentor or sponsor. Videos of these interviews will then be available publicly through this website.
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UAEW Related outputs
Strachan, G., Peetz, D., Whitehouse, G., Bailey, J., Broadbent, K., May, R., Troup, C. & Nesic, M. (2016). Women, careers and universities: Where to from here? Centre for Work, Orginisation and Wellbeing, Griffith University, Brisbane.
Strachan, G., Troup, C., Peetz, D., Whitehouse, G., Broadbent, K., & Bailey, J. (2012). Work and careers in Australian universities: Report on employee survey. Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, Griffith University.
Devries, J. (2011). Mentoring for change. Melbourne: Universities Australia Executive Women (UAEW) and LH Martin Institute.
Diezmann, C. and Grieshaber, S. (2009) “Understanding the Achievements and Aspirations of New Women Professors”: A Report to Universities Australia, Centre for Learning Innovation, Faculty of Education, QUT.
Dever, M. (2008) “Gender Differences in Early Post-PhD Employment in Australian Universities: The Influence of the PhD Experience on Women’s Careers”, Report Prepared for Universities Australia, The Social Research Centre, University of Queensland.
Strachan, G., Bailey, J., Wallace, M., & Troup, C. (2013). Gender equity in professional and general staff in Australian universities: the contemporary picture. Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work, 23(3), 215-230.
Broadbent, K., Troup, C., & Strachan, G. (2013). Research staff in Australian universities: Is there a career path? Labour and Industry, 23(3): 276-295.
Farrelly, B. &Whitehouse, G. (2013). Equality enabling parental leave: Prevalence and distribution in Australian universities. Labour and Industry, 23(2), 245-257.
May, R., Peetz, D. & Strachan, G. (2013). The casual academic workforce and labour market segmentation in Australia. Labour and Industry, 23(3): 258-275.
May, R., Strachan, G. & Peetz, D. (2013). Workforce development and renewal in Australian universities and the management of casual academic staff. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 10(3): 1-26.
Bell, S. (2007). Action plans for university executive women. Frontline, 15, 17.
Peetz, D., Strachan, G., & Troup, C. (2014). Discipline, Change and Gender in the Academic Workforce. Paper presented to the 28th Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) conference, Melbourne, February.
Whitehouse, G. & Nesic, M. (2014). Gender and career progression in academia: assessing equity and diversity policy directions in Australian universities. Paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, 28 Sept – 1 Oct, University of Sydney.
Diezmann, C., & Grieshaber, S. (2010). Gender equity in the professoriate: A cohort study of new women professors in Australia. Research and development in higher education: Reshaping higher education, 33, 223-234.
Diezmann, C., & Grieshaber, S. (2010). The Australian story: catalysts and inhibitors in the achievement of new women professors. In Howard, Sarah (Ed.) AARE 2010 Conference Proceedings, AARE Inc, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 1-17.
Winchester, H., Chesterman, C., Lorenzo, S., & Browning, L. (2005). The Great Barrier myth: an investigation of promotions policy and practice in Australian universities. Paper presented at the National Colloquium of Senior Women Executives in Higher Education, Canberra, Australian Vice-Chancellors' Committee (AVCC).
Farrelly, B. (2014). Negotiating career progression and parenthood: family-adaptiveness in an Australian university, PhD thesis, The University of Queensland.
May, R. (2014). An Investigation of the Casualisation of Academic Work in Australia, PhD thesis, Griffith University.