Research about Gender in the STEM Workplace: An Annotated Bibliography
Below is just a bit of a really terrific annotated bibliography about gender in the STEM workplace — including a lot on computer science. Great resource!
Science Faculty’s Subtle Gender Biases Favor Male Students by Corinne A. Moss-Racusina et al. In a study with 127 science faculty at research-intensive universities, candidates with identical resumes were more likely to be offered a job and paid more if their name was “John” instead of “Jennifer.” The gender of the faculty participating did not impact the outcome.
How Stereotypes Impair Women’s Careers in Science by Ernesto Reuben et al.Men are much more likely than women to be hired for a math task, even when equally qualified. This happens regardless of the gender of the hiring manager.
Measuring the Glass Ceiling Effect: An Assessment of Discrimination in Academia by Katherine Weisshaar. In computer science, men are significantly more likely to earn tenure than women with the same research productivity. [From a summary]
A Study on the Status of Women Faculty in Science at MIT by the Committee on Women Faculty. Reveals significant differences in terms of the distribution of resources and rewards to faculty by gender.