Anne E. Lincoln, Sociology, Work-Family Conflict in Academic Science

LincolnIn “Failing Families, Failing Science,” Ecklund and Lincoln paint a nuanced picture that illuminates how gender, individual choices, and university and science infrastructures play a role in shaping science careers, and how science careers, shape family life. Their research reveals that early career scientists struggle with balancing work and family lives. This struggle may prevent young scientists from pursuing positions at top research universities—or further pursuing academic science at all— a circumstance that comes at great cost to our national science infrastructure.

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By | 2015-11-04T08:13:28-08:00 November 4th, 2015|Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, Dedman College Research, Faculty News, Sociology, Sociology (Faculty)|Comments Off on Anne E. Lincoln, Sociology, Work-Family Conflict in Academic Science