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Judith Glazer-Raymo

Professional Background

Educational Background

PHD - NEW YORK UNIVERSITY - HIGHER EDUCATION

MA - NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

BA - SMITH COLLEGE - ENGLISH




Scholarly Interests

Dr. Glazer-Raymo’s research and teaching interests focus on issues and policies in higher education, university governance and leadership, gender equity, and the professionalization of graduate education. She is the recipient of the Leadership Award (2007) and the Research Achievement Award (2004) from the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE), the Willystine Goodsell Award from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) (2001), and the Trustees Award for Scholarly Achievement (2001) from Long Island University.


Selected Publications

publications

Books

J. Glazer-Raymo, Editor. (2008). Unfinished agendas: New and continuing gender challenges in higher education. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
http://www.press.jhu.edu/books/titlepages/9365.html

J. Glazer-Raymo. (2005). Professionalizing graduate education: The master’s degree in the marketplace.  ASHE Higher Education Report Series, 31. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

J. Glazer-Raymo (1999, 2001). Shattering the myths: Women in academe. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Winner of Outstanding Publication Award, AERA Postsecondary Division.

J. Glazer-Raymo, B.K. Townsend, & B. Ropers-Huilman (Eds.). (2000). Women in higher education: A feminist perspective. 2nd edition.  Needham Heights, MA: Pearson Publishing.

J. S. Glazer. (1993). A teaching doctorate: The Doctor of Arts, then and now. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.

J. S. Glazer. (1986). The master’s degree: Tradition, diversity, innovation. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report Series. Washington, DC: George Washington University.

Selected book chapters

J. Glazer-Raymo. (2011). Affirmative Action. In Gender & higher education edited by Barbara J. Bank. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

J. Glazer-Raymo (2010). Foreword. In Reconstructing policy in higher education: Feminist poststructural perspectives edited by E. J. Allan, S. Iverson & R. Ropers-Huilman. New York: Routledge.

J. Glazer-Raymo. (2008). Women on governing boards: Why gender matters. In Unfinished Agendas. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

J. Glazer-Raymo. (2007). Gender equity in the American research university: Renewing the agenda for women’s rights. In ¬Women, Universities, and Change: Gender Equity in the European Union and the United States edited by M.A.Danowitz Sagaria. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

J. Glazer-Raymo. (2003). Women faculty and part-time employment: The impact of public policy. Gender in higher education, Critical issues to shape our future edited by Becky Ropers-Huilman. Albany: SUNY Press.

J. Glazer-Raymo. (2001). The fragmented paradigm: Women, tenure, & schools of education.  Faculty work in schools of education: Rethinking roles and rewards for the 21st century edited by William G. Tierney.  Albany: SUNY Press.

ORLH 5522: Advanced professional seminar: Contemporary Student Issues and Policies

Intensive analysis of selected problems and issues in postsecondary education. The course is intended for practicing professionals in postsecondary education as well as majors in the program. Other students in the college who wish to enroll should obtain permission of the instructor.

ORLH 6556: Educational leadership: Research, art and practice

Examination of leadership research definition, dimensions, characteristics, and capacities. Exploration of leadership opportunities within entire range of educational practice. Application of leadership lessons to educational problems and situations through case studies.

Judith Glazer-Raymo appeared in the following articles:

Inside Higher Ed Focuses on Glazer-Raymo's Book on Challenges Women Face in Academia (7/17/2008)