These distinct evocations of culture became useful to us as we attempted to make sense of our trajectories, as Latinas, into and within academe
The time has come for academe
to infuse the curriculum with diversity content.
Over 250 participants from the community and academe
presented their research and thoughts.
In the years following World War II, there were collegial relationships between researchers in government laboratories and scientists in academe
Crossing class lines: A diary, Academe
, 87(4), 37-41.
Or maybe in the groves of academe
, not all offensive speech is created equal.
The purpose of the American Chemical Society Scholars Program," says ACS President Elsa Reichmanis, "is to diversify the chemical sciences, both in academe
and the workforce, by helping those minority groups underrepresented in this arena to achieve their undergraduate degrees, and to encourage them to advance in chemistry or a chemically related field.
A chemist and scientific journalist herself, Jacobs is well connected in the scientific and chemical communities at all levels, including the top leadership in industry, academe
, and government.
The portrait of academe
discerned by Womack in these texts is one of a system in ethical disarray.
In addition, members of local, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement organizations use this publication as part of their research, as do governmental offices, special interest groups, academe
, and all who are concerned about the men and women who serve in law enforcement.
2 Gendered work cultures Hearn reflects on the interconnectedness between academe
, management and men and provides a comprehensive overview of the subject area--a range of information and then uses this to explore the implications in a way that stimulates thought.
I would also have liked to have seen Ghosh pay greater attention to the effects of Lollard hermeneutics in the political realm, which was so interested in, and intimately tied to, the other spheres to which he addresses himself in making his case that Lollardy destabilized not only the church and contemporary academe
but also "late-medieval religiointellectual mentalites" (212).