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An important part of motherhood is having a network of support. For women in university faculty, this is especially important but also especially challenging due to the nature of their work and the general circumstances of working in a field dominated by men. Through firsthand accounts of mothers in faculty positions at the University of Dayton, this paper explores the experiences of mothers and the importance of establishing a support network in raising a family and succeeding in their careers. Through these experiences, opportunities to improve the circumstances for mothers in a university faculty setting and to provide them support can be examined.
Rebecca S. Whisnant
Primary Advisor's Department
Women and Gender Studies Program
Stander Symposium poster
Hils, Megan, "Support Networks for Mothers in University Faculty" (2012). Stander Symposium Posters. 86.