Women in Higher Education
© John Wiley and Sons
Online ISSN: 2331-5466
Women in Higher Education is a monthly practitioner’s news journal aimed at all women seeking to become more successful on campus. Each issue provides strategies and news beneficial for all campus leaders.
Having successfully served the higher education field for more than 20 years, WiHE recognizes that women have a unique and often times challenging world in academe. Its mission is to "enlighten, encourage, empower and enrage women on campus.”
Aims and Scope
Women in Higher Education’s aim is to increase the number of women in campus leadership jobs and provide a continuing source of education and passion on relevant gendered issues to leaders, including males. Articles are focused toward administrators and faculty, but recognize that we all exist to serve students, the growing majority of whom are women.
Founded in 1992, Women in Higher Education delivers:
- Information on educational, professional, and social trends of interest to women striving to succeed in the field of higher education
- News about the legal, social and political concerns of women on college and university campuses
- Expert opinion and insightful commentary from successful professionals in higher education
- News regarding public and social policy of interest to professional women on college and university campuses
- Knowledge of the latest technological advances useful in furthering professional careers for women in education
- Information on job opportunities and recent advancements in a variety of disciplines on campuses and universities around the United States.
Higher education administrators, particularly those interested in the professional development of women on campus.
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