Sloan Network Archive Blog

Bye Bye Blog, Hello Work and Family Researchers Network
September 21, 2011
By Judi Casey Yesterday, I announced that we launched Stage One of the new Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) website.  With that important milestone, comes our final Work and Family blog.  Before we sign off, I wanted to tell you how to learn about and share the latest news and events on the new WFRN website.
New Work and Family Researchers Network Website is Now Live
September 20, 2011
By Judi Casey Exciting news!  We are pleased to announce the launch of Stage One of the new Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) website.  The new WFRN (formerly the Sloan Work and Family Research Network), was formed in response to the need for an international membership association of interdisciplinary work and family researchers and scholars.
What I Learned from the Sloan Network in 500 Words or Less
September 16, 2011
By Mary Curlew This is my final Work and Family blog as the Sloan Network transitions in September to the new Work and Family Researchers Network, an international membership organization of interdisciplinary work and family researchers. At that time, this blog will stop operating. Therefore, it seemed fitting for me to take this opportunity to reflect on what I have learned from working at the Sloan Network.
Deposit Your Research in the Work and Family Commons
September 14, 2011
Jerry A. Jacobs has been a member of the faculty in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania since 1983, when he completed his Ph.D. in sociology at Harvard. He has served as the Editor of the American Sociological Review and the President of the Eastern Sociological Society. His research has addressed a number of aspects of women’s employment, including authority, earnings, working conditions, part-time work and work-family conflict, and entry into male-dominated occupations.
Sloan Network Archive on new Work and Family Researchers Network site
September 12, 2011
By Judi Casey As you know, the Sloan Network is transitioning to the new Work and Family Researchers Network.  We know that many of you are interested in continued access to the resources previously provided by the Sloan Work and Family Research Network. I wanted to reassure you that we have done our best to archive the most popular content from the Sloan Network on the new website. Here’s what the Archive will contain.
Introducing the Work and Family Commons
September 9, 2011
Martha Muldoon is an independent consultant providing individuals and organizations with assistance in a wide range of targeted areas including: project management, documentation, web and print content writing and editing –such as resource guides and communications materials – along with benchmark, best practice and other research and analysis to help organizations operate productively and perform strategically.
Welcome 2011-2012 Early Career Scholars
September 7, 2011
By Judi Casey Welcome to cohort 3 (2011-2012) of the Early Career Scholars program!  As you may know, the Sloan Network is transitioning to the Work and Family Researchers Network.  As part of the transition, we are continuing the successful Early Career Scholars program with 2o new participants.
Transitioning from the Sloan Network to the Work and Family Researchers Network
September 6, 2011
By Judi Casey  Things are changing as we transition from the Sloan Network to the new Work and Family Researchers Network and I wanted to keep you informed.
Time of Day Flexibility: Our Blessing and Our Curse
September 5, 2011
Rachel Connelly is the Bion R. Cram Professor of Economics at Bowdoin College and currently the chair of the economics department.  She is also the mother of four children, one born before, one born during, and two born after tenure.
What’s New in Work and Family
September 2, 2011
By Mary Curlew New from the Sloan Work and Family Research Network: The final issue of the Network News: Featuring an interview with Stephen Sweet on the Anticipated and Unanticipated Consequences of Work-Family Policy: Insights from International Comparative Analysis and the International Corner with Siyka Kovacheva on Work and Family in Bulgaria.