Do Babies Matter? Gender & Family in the Ivory Tower Wednesday, March 6, 2013
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. School of Public Health Room 1312
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SPH & ADVANCE Presents Mary Ann Mason, JD on "Do Babies Matter? Gender & Family in the Ivory Tower".
Mary Ann Mason, JD, is a Professor and Co-Director at the Early Warren Institute for Law and Social Policy, University of California, Berkeley. Her talk is based on 12 years of longitudinal studies and will address effects of family formation on both women and men over their academic careers; ways to keep women in the science pipeline; proven family-friendly best practices for colleges and universities; and changing the culture to ensure that both mothers and fathers thrive on family friendly policies. Mary Ann Mason has been a trail-blazer for making higher education more family-friendly for faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students.