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Special Advisor on Faculty Diversity, SEF-Directory Manager
Provost's Office
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MIT Bldg. 26-161
77 Mass. Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139

Phone: 617-253-7261
FAX: 617-258-9170
Email: jj@mit.edu
URL:

B.A. University of North Carolina--Greensboro 1971
M.A. Bucknell University 1990
Ed.D. Harvard University 2000

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Judy "JJ" Jackson

Description of Research
Ethnic and gender diversity in higher education; race and gender differences in engineering faculty productivity; role of leadership in building a diverse and inclusive academic community; academic administration.
Recent Papers or Publications
"Race and Gender in Engineering Faculty Productivity: What Difference Do They Make?" Dissertation comparative study of research, teaching, and service activities of 665 tenured engineering faculty in 19 Research-1 institutions. To be submitted in partial fulfillment of Ed.D. degree requirements, Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Fall 2000.

"Mainstreaming Your Program: Experiences from the Field." With Barbara Bogue of The Pennsylvania State University, presented and published in proceedings of the 1999 Women in Engineering Programs and Advocates Network national conference, "Moving Beyond Individual Programs to Systemic Change," San Antonio, TX.

"Disparity in Participation." Presented and published in proceedings of the 1998 International Engineering Foundation Conference "Tackling the Engineering Resources Shortage," Montreal, Can.

"Helping Junior Faculty of Color Mitigate Cumulative Cultural Disadvantage." With JoAnn Moody, Vice President of the New England Board of Higher Education, presented and published in the proceedins of the 1998 nation conference, "Keeping Our Faculties: Addressing the Recruitment and Retention of Faculty of Color," Minneapolis, MN.

"Faculty Diversity in Engineering and Science: How Hard Can It Be?" Paper presented and published in proceedings of the 1997 joint national conference of the Women in Engineering Program Advocates Network and the National Association of Minority Engineering Program Administrators, "Impacting Change Through Collaboration," Washington, DC.

Special Honors or Awards
Member, National Academy of Engineering Action Forum on Diversity in the Engineering Workforce. Drafted 2000.

Board membership, Women in Engineering Programs and Advocates Network. Drafted 2000.

American Council on Education Network of Women Leaders in Higher Education. Drafted 1998.

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