Pier, Elizabeth L.; Joshua Raclaw; Anna Kaatz, M. Brauer, Molly Carnes; Mitchell J. Nathan; and Cecilia E. Ford. 2017. “’Your Comments are Meaner Than Your Score’: Score calibration talk influences inter-panel variability during scientific grant peer review.” Research Evaluation. 26(1): 1-14.
Carnes, Molly and Bairey Merz. 2017. “Women are Less Likely Than Men to be Full Professors in Cardiology: Why does this happen and how can we fix it?” Invited editorial. Circulation. 135(6).
Carnes, Molly; Paula Johnson; Wendy Klein; Marjorie Jenkins; and Noel Bairey Merz. 2016. “Advancing Women’s Health and Women’s Leadership with Endowed Chairs in Women’s Health.” Academic Medicine. 92(2): 167-174.
Kaatz, Anna; Y-G Lee; A. Potvien; Wairimu Magua; A. Filut; A. Bhattacharaya; R. Leatherberry; Xiaojin Zhu; and Molly Carnes. 2016. “Analysis of NIH R01 Application Critiques, Impact and Criteria Scores: Does the Sex of the Principal Investigator Make a Difference?” Academic Medicine. 91(8): 1080-1088.
Isaac, Carol; Linda Baier Manwell; Patricia G. Devine; Cecilia Ford; Jennifer T. Sheridan; and Molly Carnes. 2016. “Difficult Dialogues: Faculty Responses to a Gender Bias Literacy Training Program.” The Qualitative Report. 21(7):1243-1265.
Fitzpatrick, Mary E.; Jennifer Sheridan; and Manuela Romero. 2016. “Changes in Undergraduate Engineering College Climate and Predictors of Major Commitment: Results from Climate Studies in 2008 and 2015.” American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2016 Conference Proceedings. June 2016.
Kaatz, Anna; Melissa Dattalo; Caitlin Regner; Amarette Filut; and Molly Carnes. 2016. “Patterns of Feedback on the Bridge to Independence: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis of NIH Mentored Career Development Award Application Critiques.” Journal of Women’s Health. 25(1): 78-90.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Eve Fine; Molly Carnes; Amy Wendt; and Jo Handelsman. 2015. “Searching for Excellence & Diversity® Workshop: Improving Faculty Diversity by Educating Faculty Search Committees.” In Personalauswahl in der Wissenschaft (C. Peus et al., Eds.) Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Carnes, Molly; Christie Bartels; Carol Isaac; Anna Kaatz; and Christine Kolehmainen. 2015. “Why is John More Likely to Become Department Chair than Jennifer?” American Clinical and Climatological Society. 126: 197–214.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Molly Carnes; Jo Handelsman; and Amy Wendt. 2015. “Life Happens: The Vilas Life Cycle Professorship Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.” In Family Friendly Policies and Practices in Academe (Catherine R. Solomon and Erin K. Anderson, Eds.) Washington DC: Lexington Books.