Across the university sector, there is evidence which suggests that the academic careers of many women have not advanced despite their competence and their academic achievements. In general, women remain clustered at the lower levels of academia, although there is a wide variation between the traditionally female disciplines such as the humanities, health, education and the traditionally male disciplines of engineering, architecture and agriculture.
|Title of host publication||Making the link 17|
|Subtitle of host publication||affirmative action and employment relations|
|Place of Publication||Sydney, NSW|
|Publisher||CCH Australia Limited|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
Levin, S., & Davis, E. (2006). Women academics at Macquarie University: steady career progress. In Making the link 17: affirmative action and employment relations (pp. 81-86). Sydney, NSW: CCH Australia Limited.