Articles

Mary Ann Mason, Frozen Eggs and Title IX, The Chronicle of Higher Education, (February, 2016)

Mary Ann Mason, As California Goes, So Goes the Nation?, The Chronicle of Higher Education, (October 8, 2014)

MA Mason and J Younger. Title IX and Pregnancy Discrimination in Higher Education: The New Frontier NYU Rev. L. and Soc, Change, 2014

Mary Ann Mason, Title IX and Pregnancy Discrimination, Association for Women in Science (AWIS March 20th, 2014)

Mary Ann Mason, How to Level the Playing Field for Women in Science, The Chronicle of Higher Education (March 3rd, 2014)

Mary Ann Mason, Family-Friendly Policies Pay Off , San Francisco Chronicle (June 19, 2013)

Mary Ann Mason, Do Babies Matter in Science , Tools for Change in Stem (February 20, 2013)

Mary Ann Mason, In the Ivory Tower, Men Only: For Men, Having Children is a Career Advantage. For Women, It’s a Career Killer. (June 17, 2013)

Mary Ann Mason, Nicolas H. Wolfinger, and Marc Goulden, Do Babies Matter? Gender and Family in the Ivory Tower (June 2013)

Mary Ann Mason and Jaclyn Younger, Title IX and Pregnancy Discrimination in Higher Education: The New Frontier (May 29, 2013) NYU Journal of Social Change

Mary Ann Mason, Title IX and Babies: The New Frontier? (November 29, 2012) What’s New with the Do Babies Matter Project?

“The Future of the Ph.D.” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“The Next Step for Female Scientists” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Family Friendly Policies Must Target Men Too” Science and Development Network

“Keeping Women in Science on a Tenure Track” The New York Times

“The Pyramid Problem” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“How to Change Workplace Culture on Parenting” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Keeping Women in Science on a Tenure Track” New York Times

“Keeping Women in the Science Pipeline” Berkeley Center on Health, Economic & Family Security

“Email: the Third Shift” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Women, Tenure and the Law” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Still Earning Less” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Ask the Expert: Patching America’s Leaky Pipeline in the Sciences” Center for American Progress video

“Title IX Includes Maternal Discrimination” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Staying Competitive: Patching America’s Leaky Pipeline in the Sciences” Berkeley Center on Health, Economic & Family Security

“Why So Few Doctoral-Student Parents?” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“How the ‘Snow-Woman Effect’ Slows Women’s Progress” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Rethinking the Tenure Clock” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Is Tenure a Trap for Women?” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Role Models and Mentors” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Men and Mothering” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Some thoughts on female leadership in male-dominated fields”  SF Gate (PDF)

“A Bad Reputation” The Chronicle of Higher Education

“In ‘Geek Chic’ and Obama, New Hope for Lifting Women in Science”  The New York Times

“Why Graduate Students Reject the Fast Track”  The New York Times

“A Message for Our New President”  The Chronicle of Higher Education

Frozen Eggs The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Do Babies Matter in Science?” The Chronicle of Higher Education

2007 The Graduate The parent rap: why babies matter in academia 

Mason, M.A. & M. Goulden (2004), “Do Babies Matter (Part II)? Closing the Baby Gap“, Academe, November—December 2004. PDF

Mason, M.A. & M. Goulden (2004), “Marriage and Baby Blues: Redefining Gender Equity in the Academy“, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 596 (No. 1), 86-103.

Mason, M.A., & Goulden, M., “Do Babies Matter: The Effect of Family Formation on the Lifelong Careers of Academic Men and Women”, Academe, November—December 2002
Volume 88, Number 6. PDF

Mason, M.A., “When love is thicker than blood: The case of Baby Hugo”, The New Republic, August 11, 1999

Mason, M.A., “Are mothers losing custody?”, 1997

Mason, M.A., “Read my lips: Trends in making judiciary basic decision-making custody disputes”, Family Law Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 2, Summer 1996

“Adult perceptions of children’s memory for the traumatic events of sexual abuse: A clinical and legal dilemma”, In Stein, et al. (Eds.)P, Memory for Everyday and Emotional Events, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Mason, M.A. & Mauldon, J., “The new stepfamily requires a new public policy of Social Issues”, 52(3), 11-27, 1996

Mason, M.A. & Simon, D., “The ambiguous stepparent: Federal policies in search of a new model”, Family Law Quarterly, 29(3), Fall 1995

Mason, M.A., “The child sex abuse syndrome: The other major issue in State of New Jersey v. Margaret Kelly Michaels”, Psychology, Public Policy and Law,1(2), 1-12, 1995

Mason, M.A., :Masters and servants: The American colonial model of child custody and control”, The International Journal of Children’s Rights, 2, 317-321, 1994

Mason, M.A., “A judicial dilemma: Expert witness testimony in child sex abuse cases”, Journal of Psychiatry and the Law, 185-219, Fall/Winter 1992

Mason, M.A. & Gibbs, J. T., “Implications for social policy”, 1992

Mason, M.A., “Patterns of adolescent psychiatric hospitalization”, 1992

Mason, M.A., “Social workers as expert witnesses in child sex abuse cases”, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 62(3), 447-458, Social Work, 37(1), 30A5

Mason, M.A., “McMartin re-visited: The conflict between social work and criminal justice” Social Work, 36(5), 391-396, 1991


INTERVIEWS:

The Chronicle of Higher Education, from the issue dated December 5, 2003.

Bear in Mind: Interview with UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert M. Berdahl, March 5, 2003.

 


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