1.
THE NUMBERS
   
2.

AT POINT OF HIRING

   
3.
DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEES & SERVICE
   
4.
UNIVERSITY SERVICE WORK AND WHY IT MATTERS
   
5.
SELF-MAINTENANCE
   
6.
GETTING REVIEWED, RENEWED AND TENURED—OR NOT
   
7.

TEACHING

   
8.
ADJUNCT FACULTY
   
9.
SPECIAL PROFESSIONAL FACULTY
   
10.
LIBRARY FACULTY
   
11.
GENDER STUDIES CONCENTRATION
   
12.
GENERAL ACADEMIC
   
13.

LIFE ON CAMPUS

   
14.
ANCIENT HISTORY
   
15.
APPENDICES
   
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1. THE NUMBERS

a. Doing the numbers: female faculty at Notre Dame and why you should care

2. AT POINT OF HIRING

a. Negotiating your salary and everything else: questions to ask your chair

b. Mentoring: departmental, university and WATCH

c. Departmental service: what to do when you're asked to do too much

d. Spousal hires: the big picture and some case histories; how to negotiate; what it's like here for the spousally-hired.

e. Split appointments: their hazards; how to negotiate for the spouse.

3. DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEES & SERVICE

a. Search committees: how to make sure you get women candidates to campus and how to help them through the process

b. Protecting women candidates: from sexism, agism, racism

c.
Special hires: the difference between Affirmative Action Hires and Opportunity Hires; the Catholic identity of the university.

d. The Departmental CAP committee::
what they are and how they work; getting elected to yours

e. Endowed chairs: how they are solicited/hired and how to get in on the process.

f. Hiring replacements for those on leave: how to make sure that your "buddies" are the "buddies" hired.

g. Gender issues in external reviews

h. Hostile departments

4. UNIVERSITY SERVICE WORK AND WHY IT MATTERS

a. University committees: a short description of key committees

b. Getting yourself on a good committee: why and how and what to do when you get there

5. SELF-MAINTENANCE

a. Annual salary increases: how to report on your activities to increase your salary

b. Outside job offers: how and when and for what to negotiate

c. Leaves: research and medical leaves, stopping your tenure clock for pregnancy, illness, etc.

d. Outside chair hires: how to negotiate

e. Promotion to department chair: what to expect

f. The Office of Institutional Equity: if all else fails

6. GETTING REVIEWED, RENEWED, AND TENURED — OR NOT

a. Renewal and tenure packages: putting them together

b. Tenure and renewal appeals

7. TEACHING

a. Help with teaching: being evaluated, evaluating others, TCEs

b. How your teaching will be evaluated at Notre Dame

c. How to read and evaluate your TCEs

d. Evaluating the teaching of others

8. ADJUNCT FACULTY

a. Adjunct Faculty: their status; special issues; how they can help you

9. SPECIAL PROFESSIONAL FACULTY

a. Special Professional Faculty: their status; special issues

10. LIBRARY FACULTY

a. Library faculty: their status; special issues; how they can help you

b. How library faculty are different from T & R faculty

11. THE GENDER STUDIES CONCENTRATION

a. Teaching a Gender Studies course: cross listing your courses with Gender Studies

b. Gender Studies activities

c. Gender Studies Executive Committee

12. GENERAL ACADEMIC

a. Handling yourself: some general advice

b. Picking your battles: options for taking positive political action; grievances; what to do and where to go if everything goes wrong

c. Email use: a warning

d. Records: keeping your own

e. Scholars' visits: planning and organizing scholars' visits to campus

f. Publicizing your events: for maximum exposure and attention

g. Soft money: where it is in this university; getting help with external grants

h. Support services: secretarial, web and other free support services.

13. LIFE ON CAMPUS
a. "Catholic Character" at Notre Dame

b. African-American faculty at Notre Dame: a special case?

c. Asian-American faculty at Notre Dame: a special case?

d. Catholic faculty at Notre Dame: a special case?

e. Jewish faculty at Notre Dame: a special case?

f. Protestant faculty at Notre Dame: a special case?

g. Gay faculty at Notre Dame: out or not

h. Cultivating your image: some thoughts

i. If you're disabled: what services are available

j. Sexual harassment and harassing: what is it; what to do about it

k. Female undergraduate students: a short essay by one of these at Notre Dame: how female faculty can help

l. Female graduate students: a short essay by one of these at Notre Dame

m. ND Health plans: peculiarities, especially around reproductive rights

n. Your car at Notre Dame: parking, assistance from ND Security, etc.

o. Your telephone service: how to improve it

p. Football weekends: what to do
if you're not going to the game but want to work on campus

q. Fitness: gyms, recreation and such

r. Eating on campus: all the options

14. ANCIENT HISTORY

a. The first women faculty at Notre Dame

b. The Early Childhood Development Center: its curious history

c. ECDC today: how to get your child in and what it costs
15. APPENDICES

a. AAUP report: percentages of women faculty at U.S. universities and colleges

b. AHA report: a sample report on the hiring of women and minority historians

c. ND's "non-discrimination" statement

d. ND's "academic freedom" statement

e. ND's "gender inclusive language" statement

f. Sample "Departmental Gender Report": the internal report for outside reviews

g. ND's student population: a snapshot in 2001

h. ND employees with disabilities: some help

i. Administrative assistants at Notre Dame: a sample job description

j. Sex discrimination suits and the Frese Appeal

k. Robert's Rules of Order: a primer on parliamentary procedure

l. Books: about Notre Dame, women faculty and related matters

m. Useful websites for women faculty

n. Letter rejecting ND job offer because of chilly climate for gays

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