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Reviewing Applicants: Research on Bias and Assumptions Package of 25 $15.00 View/Order item
Benefits and Challenges of Diversity in Academic Settings Package of 25 $20.00 View/Order item
Enhancing Department Climate: A Guide for Department Chairs Package of 25 $15.00 View/Order item
Fostering Success for Women in Science and Engineering: Advice for Departmental Faculty Package of 25 $15.00 View/Order item
Advancing Women in Science and Engineering: Advice to the Top Package of 25 $15.00 View/Order item
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Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees 1 Book $12.00 View/Order item
Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees 10 Books ($10/book) $100.00 View/Order item
Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees 25 Books ($9/book) $225.00 View/Order item
Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees 100 Books ($8/book) $800.00 View/Order item
Breaking the Bias Habit: A Workshop to Promote Gender Equity 1 Workshop Kit $300.00 View/Order item
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WISELI Documentary Film Sold individually $15.00 View/Order item



Reviewing Applicants: Research on Bias and Assumptions

01. Reviewing Applicants: Research on Bias and Assumptions

3rd Edition

Description: A brief introduction to the social psychological literature on unconscious biases and assumptions, with a focus on how these unconscious biases might influence evaluation of candidates in the faculty search process. Specific advice derived from this research are included.

Intended Audience: Faculty search committee chairs and members.

Intended Purpose: To be used as a tool within a search committee to openly discuss the issues of unconscious biases and assumptions so that all committee members can be aware of their presence and be on alert so that their impact might be lessened.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

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Benefits and Challenges of Diversity in Academic Settings

03. Benefits and Challenges of Diversity in Academic Settings

Description: Summarizing research from a variety of disciplines, this booklet provides the argument for "why diversity?" and also explicates some of the barriers institutions face when trying to increase diversity, including the challenge of overcoming unconscious biases and assumptions that work to undermine individuals from under-represented groups.

Intended Audience: Any member of the University community, but especially faculty and administrators.

Intended Purpose: To be used within workshops or educational sessions that promote diversity within an organization.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

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Enhancing Department Climate: A Guide for Department Chairs

05. Enhancing Department Climate: A Guide for Department Chairs

2nd Edition

Description: This brochure identifies common concerns faculty, staff, and students have about climate in academic departments. It provides department chairs/heads with practical advice for addressing these concerns and fostering a climate in which all department members feel welcome, respected, and valued.

Intended Audience: Department chairs and other campus leaders (e.g., section or division heads).

Intended Purpose: To be used within workshops or educational sessions for department chairs/heads, or individually by department chairs/heads seeking to enhance their departments climate.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

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Fostering Success for Women in Science and Engineering:  Advice for Departmental Faculty

04. Fostering Success for Women in Science and Engineering: Advice for Departmental Faculty

Description: The best practices outlined in this brochure come from a variety of sources: published literature, experiences from WISELI workshops (climate workshops and hiring workshops), and WISELI research. It features concrete tips and suggestions for faculty.

Intended Audience: Any member of the University community, but especially faculty.

Intended Purpose: To be used within workshops or educational sessions that promote diversity within a department.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

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Advancing Women in Science and Engineering: Advice to the Top

06. Advancing Women in Science and Engineering: Advice to the Top

Description: Using short summaries of existing research illustrating common situations women face in male-dominated environments (e.g., being a "token", isolation, stereotype threat), this brochure suggests ten concrete steps administrators can take to alleviate these problems.

Intended Audience: Upper-level administrators such as Presidents and Chancellors, Provosts, Deans, and Department Chairs.

Intended Purpose: To be used within workshops or educational sessions for administrative leaders, or individually by leaders who seek to promote the participation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

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Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

02. Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

2nd Edition

Description: A guidebook outlining the "6 Essential Elements of a Successful Search." Includes specific advice and best practices for faculty search committees.

Intended Audience: Faculty search committee chairs and members.

Intended Purpose: To be used within a workshop or training session for faculty search committee chairs and members.

FOR 10 OR MORE BOOKS: Scroll down the WISELI Bookstore page for additional ordering options.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

1 Book

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Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

07. Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

2nd Edition

Description: A guidebook outlining the "6 Essential Elements of a Successful Search." Includes specific advice and best practices for faculty search committees.

Intended Audience: Faculty search committee chairs and members.

Intended Purpose: To be used within a workshop or training session for faculty search committee chairs and members.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

10 Books ($10/book)

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Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

08. Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

2nd Edition

Description: A guidebook outlining the "6 Essential Elements of a Successful Search." Includes specific advice and best practices for faculty search committees.

Intended Audience: Faculty search committee chairs and members.

Intended Purpose: To be used within a workshop or training session for faculty search committee chairs and members.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

25 Books ($9/book)

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Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

09. Searching for Excellence & Diversity: A Guide for Search Committees

2nd Edition

Description: A guidebook outlining the "6 Essential Elements of a Successful Search." Includes specific advice and best practices for faculty search committees.

Intended Audience: Faculty search committee chairs and members.

Intended Purpose: To be used within a workshop or training session for faculty search committee chairs and members.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

100 Books ($8/book)

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Breaking the Bias Habit: A Workshop to Promote Gender Equity

10. Breaking the Bias Habit: A Workshop to Promote Gender Equity

This "workshop in a box" contains everything needed to present a 2.5 hour workshop to educate STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine) faculty about implicit gender bias, as described in Carnes et al. 2012 and Carnes et al. 2015. Included in this package: 5 guidebooks, 1 USB thumb drive with electronic workshop materials such as Powerpoint slides and handouts and video clips showing actual workshop questions and responses, 1 sample folder with hard-copies of all handouts as used in the workshop, and 3 sets of Shepards "Turning the Tables" transparencies.

(Free Downloadable PDF)

1 Workshop Kit

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WISELI Documentary Film

11. WISELI Documentary Film

Description: Why are there so few women at the highest levels of academic science and engineering, and what can be done about it? This three-part documentary series follows the progress of the Women in Science & Engineering Leadership Institute at UW-Madison. All three parts are included on this DVD.

Go to the documentary page on the WISELI Web site to watch the film online

(Free Downloadable PDF)

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These materials were produced with support from the National Science Foundation (grants #1234666 and #0619979). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.