Handelsman, Jo and Robert Birgeneau. September 25, 2007. “Women Advancing Science: A Few Significant Changes in the Academic System Could Stem the Loss of Talented Women, Thereby Fortifying our Scientific Leadership.” Technology Review.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Eve Fine; Jessica Winchell; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Molly Carnes; and Jo Handelsman. 2007. “Searching for Excellence & Diversity: Does Training Faculty Search Committees Improve Hiring of Women?” American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2007 Conference Proceedings. June 2007.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Eve Fine; Jo Handelsman; and Molly Carnes. 2007. “Climate Change at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: What Changed, and Did ADVANCE Have an Impact?” Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network (WEPAN) 2007 Conference Proceedings. June 2007.
Marchant, Angela; Abhik Bhattacharya; and Molly Carnes. 2007. “Can the Language of Tenure Criteria Influence Women’s Academic Advancement?” Journal of Women’s Health. 16(7): 998-1003.
Carnes, Molly and JudyAnn Bigby. 2007. “Jennifer Fever in Academic Medicine.” Journal of Women’s Health. 16(3):299-301.
Carnes, Molly and Carole Bland. 2007. “A Challenge to Academic Centers and the NIH to Prevent Unintended Gender Bias in Selection of CTSA Leaders.” Academic Medicine. 82(2):202-206.
Gunter, Ramona. 2007. “Laboratory Talk: Gendered Interactions and Research Progress in Graduate Science Education.” Doctoral Dissertation: University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“Professors Receive Philanthropy Award.” Becky Vevea. The Badger Herald. November 12, 2007.
“Help Women Stay in Science: A Female Scientist Gives Her Top 10 List of Tips for Her Male Colleagues—What Are Yours?” The Scientist.com. September 27, 2007.
Pribbenow, Christine Maidl; Jennifer Sheridan; Brenda Parker; Jessica Winchell; Deveny Benting; Kathy O’Connell; Cecilia Ford; Ramona Gunther; and Amy Stambach. July 2007. “Summative Evaluation Report of WISELI: The Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute.”