Gender disparities in course evaluations: a literature review and analysis of Danforth Campus course evaluations

The Association for Women Faculty’s course evaluations working group (CEWG) worked over two years to put this recommendation report together for the Provost’s office. In it, we examine Danforth Campus course evaluations in light of over eight decades of research, and we incorporate primary data in the form of interviews, surveys, and focus groups from […]

Summary of women faculty’s concerns about the Supreme Court decision

The AWF Board put together this summary based on women faculty’s feedback in Zoom forums and online. While the original summary included appendices, we’ve left those appendices off here for privacy reasons. We’ve sent this to the administration, and they are considering our feedback and thoughts as they make decisions.

AWF’s response to the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson

Dear fellow women faculty members,  As Chancellor Martin wrote last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization “is sending a shockwave through our country that is reverberating across the nation and here in the St. Louis region, including within our Washington University community.” We are writing, as the Board of the […]

2021-2022 annual summary and impact report

Hello women faculty! As the spring semester ends, we are enthusiastic to recap recent times for the Association of Women Faculty and look to the times ahead!  As always, we are a go-to source for COMMUNITY and ADVOCACY. Community AWF provides a rare opportunity to meet other women faculty informally across schools and job tracks. ·       September […]