|Drago, Robert, PhD|
133 Willard Building
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
Most of my research concerns biases against caregiving in colleges and universities, and faculty responses to these biases. I am also a co-founder of the Take Care Net, an organization addressing public policy needs around care (www.takecarenet.org), recently completed an NCAA sponsored project addressing the decline of women in the coaching of women's intercollegiate athletic teams, and study general trends affecting the work-family interface.
Most well-known articles:
"The Avoidance of Bias Against Caregiving Among Faculty," Academe (Sept-Oct 2005), R. Drago, C. Colbeck, D. Stauffer, A. Varner, K. Burkum, J. Fazioli, G. Guzman and T. Habasevich.
"The Willingness-to-pay for Work/Family Policies: A Study of Teachers," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 55 (October 2001), 22-41. R. Drago, D. Costanza, R. Caplan, T. Brubaker, D. Cloud, N. Harris, R. Kashian & T.L. Riggs (Nominated for 2002 Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family
"A Half-Time Tenure Track Proposal," Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, Vol. 32 (November/December 2000), 46-51. R. Drago & J. Williams.
"New Estimates of Working Time for Teachers," Monthly Labor Review, Vol. 122 (April 1999), 31-41, R. Drago, R. Caplan, D. Costanza, T. Brubaker, D. Cloud, N. Harris, R. Kashian & T.L. Riggs.
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