Very few studies have examined issues of work-life balance among faculty of different racial/ethnic backgrounds. Utilizing data from Harvard University’s Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education project, this study examined predictors of work-life balance for 2953 faculty members from 69 institutions. The final sample consisted of 1059 (36%) Asian American faculty, 512 (17%) African American faculty, 359 (12%) Latina/o faculty, and 1023 (35%) White/Caucasian faculty. There were 1184 (40%) women faculty and 1769 (60%) men faculty.
Work-Life Integration and Management
The ability of faculty members to integrate their personal and professional lives is critical for maintaining faculty success and well-being. This reference list contains research on how work-life conflict is experienced differently by faculty members of different ranks, identities, and appointment types, and also lists the strategies units can use to enhance work-life integration