The Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) convenes annually as a community of scholars dedicated to the study of higher education. ASHE encourages proposals that advance knowledge and understanding of a wide range of issues pertaining to higher education as a field of study. We welcome proposals from faculty, scholars, administrators, and students who work in higher education, public policy, or a related field; those who work within and across such disciplines as education, public policy, economics, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, and sociology; and those in state and federal agencies, philanthropic organizations, higher education associations, and other entities that use research to inform policy and practice.
Related sessions: "The Role of Work-Life Balance and Work-Life Balance Support in Women and Men Faculty's Commitment to their Department and Institution" and "The Role of Household Status in Faculty Perceptions of Work-Life Balance"
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