Carnes, Molly; Jo Handelsman; and Jennifer Sheridan. 2005. “Diversity in Academic Medicine: The Stages of Change Model.” Journal of Women’s Health. 14(6):471-475.
Handelsman, Jo; Nancy Cantor; Molly Carnes; Denice Denton; Eve Fine; Barbara Grosz; Virginia Hinshaw; Cora Marrett; Sue Rosser; Donna Shalala; and Jennifer Sheridan. 2005. “More Women in Science.” Science. 309(5738):1190-1191.
Gunter, Ramona and Amy Stambach. 2005. “Differences in Men and Women Scientists’ Perceptions of Workplace Climate.” Journal of Women in Minorities in Science & Engineering. 11(1):97-116.
Gunter, Ramona and Amy Stambach. 2003. “As Balancing Act and As Game: How Women and Men Science Faculty Experience the Promotion Process.” Gender Issues. 21(1):24-42. [Abstract]
Sheridan, Jennifer; Molly Carnes; and Jo Handelsman. 2003. “The University of Wisconsin-Madison ADVANCE Program: Progress to Date.” Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network (WEPAN) 2003 Conference Proceedings. June 2003.
Bakken, Lori L.; Jennifer Sheridan; and Molly Carnes. 2003. “Gender Differences Among Physician-Scientists in Self-Assessed Abilities to Perform Clinical Research.” Academic Medicine. 78(12):1281-6.
Dr. Fine implements and conducts research on interventions and educational modules designed to increase the diversity of faculty and leaders in academic STEMM.
Carnes, Molly; Stacie Geller; Evelyn Fine; Jennifer Sheridan; and Jo Handelsman. 2005. “NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards: Could the Selection Process be Biased Against Women?” Journal of Women’s Health. 14(8):684-691.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Patricia Flately Brennan; Molly Carnes; and Jo Handelsman. 2006. “Discovering Directions for Change in Higher Education Through the Experiences of Senior Women Faculty.” Journal of Technology Transfer. 31(3): 387-396.
Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering. 2006. Beyond Bias and Barriers: Fulfilling the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering. The National Academies Press: Washington, DC.