Advancing Women Leaders in the New Political Environment

“The role of [a] college president is to be a bridge builder.” This statement by President Yves Salomon-Fernandez of Cumberland County College in New Jersey, made during a session about advancing women’s leadership that focused on the current political climate on campuses, elaborates the need to bring everyone together to work in the best interests of our nation.

Achieving Gender Equality on Campus

Stony Brook University (NY) President Samuel Stanley Jr. and moderator Rosemary E. Kilkenny, vice president for Institutional Diversity and Equity at Georgetown University (DC), discussed the United Nations-backed HeForShe movement and the quest for gender parity on college campuses during an ACE2017 session Match 14.

ACE’s Lynn Gangone Speaks at Investiture of Cal State Chico President Gayle Hutchinson

Despite the diversity of its institutions, American higher education can be a small world. For lifelong friends Gayle Hutchinson and Lynn Gangone, the insular nature of their respective careers took on a new meaning.

USF System President Judy Genshaft Urges Women to Keep Climbing at Women’s Leadership Dinner

“Never give up, keep climbing and stay focused.” Three seemingly simple pieces of advice, but words that are a testament to the many years of dedication to women and higher education by USF System President Judy Genshaft, the 2017 recipient of the Donna Shavlik award.

Changing the Game for Women in East Africa

In honor of International Women’s Day, CIGE’s Heather Ward interviews Karen Sherman, president of the Akilah Institute, a postsecondary institution for women in Rwanda.

Women’s Equity in Higher Education Administration: Pay and Representation

The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) recently released a new report, The Gender Pay Gap and the Representation of Women in Higher Education Administrative Positions: The Century So Far, on women’s equity in higher education administration. It highlights trends in higher education administrator’s pay and representation, comparing the gaps between men and women overall and by seniority and region.