The following three sets of slideshows and annotated bibliographies are available to download for courses and professional development opportunities. The materials were developed by Penny A. Pasque and Brenton Wimmer and were funded by a grant through the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Commission for Professional Preparation.

This information may be useful for courses on gender in higher education and student affairs, diversity in higher education, intergroup dialogue courses that focus on gender, qualitative research and additional related courses. In addition, the slideshows might be beneficial for a class session or workshop on women leadership, mentoring between women, intersectionality, or other related topics.

SET ONE: Empowering Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs

The materials are intended for use with the following book as the core course/workshop text: Pasque, P. A. & Errington Nicholson, S. (2011). Empowering women in higher education and student affairs: Theory, research, narratives, and practice from feminist perspectives. Sterling, VA: Stylus and American College Personnel Association.

For course orders of 12 copies or more, Stylus Publishing will supply the book at $35 (a 30% saving on list price of $49.95). Given the high discount, instructor copies are not supplied free, but should be included in the order quantity. To obtain your discount use code EPW12, when ordering online or calling Stylus toll free at 1-800-232-0223.

SET TWO: An Introduction: Feminist Perspectives

The materials are intended for use with the following book and book chapter as the core course/workshop text:

  • Pasque, P. A. & Errington Nicholson, S. (2011). Empowering women in higher education and student affairs: Theory, research, narratives, and practice from feminist perspectives. Sterling, VA: Stylus and American College Personnel Association.
  • Pasque, P. A. (2011). Women of color in higher education: Theoretical perspectives. Women of Color in Higher Education: Turbulent Past, Promising Future, Vol. 9. (pp. 21-47). Bingley, UK: Emerald
  • Feminist Perspectives (PowerPoint slides–PDF)
  • Feminist Perspectives (Annotated Bibliography)

SET THREE: Qualitative Inquiry in Higher Education & Student Affairs: An Introduction

The materials are intended for use with the following journal article as the core course/workshop text: Pasque, P. A. (in press, anticipated date 2013). (Re)membering and (re)living: A methodological exploration of postmodern and constructivist feminist approaches to interviewing women leaders in higher education.Journal About Women in Higher Education. 6(1).

For more information on the National Study on Women in Higher Education and
Student Affairs, visit Penny Pasque’s website or email her.