Enhancing Women's Graduate Education: Workshopping Women's Socialization to the Academic Profession
AbstractThis article outlines the impact of a professional development workshop, Women in Academe, arguing that it offers a first step in addressing a crucial gap in graduate students' education. Workshop participants' feedback confirms the usefulness of providing opportunities for discussion and strategizing to enhance women's career success in the academy. Résumé Cet article souligne l’impact d’un atelier de perfectionnement professionnel, "Women in Academe," qui soutient qu’il offre un premier pas vers la résolution de l’écart crucial entre l’éducation des étudiantes du deuxième et du troisième cycle. La rétroaction des participantes à l’atelier confirme qu’il était utile d’offrir des occasions pour la discussion et de faire le stratagème pour promouvoir le succès de carrière des femmes dans l’académie.
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