Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee
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Margaret Sallee is Assistant Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at The University of Tennessee. Her research interests focus on two broad areas: academic work and the student experience. With academic work, she explores the nature of faculty work and the steps that institutions take to create and sustain diverse faculties. As part of that work, she also focuses on issues of work-family balance within higher education. Her book Establishing the Family-Friendly Campus: Models for Effective Practice (Stylus Publishing, 2009, edited with Jaime Lester) provides a series of portraits of the practices of family-friendly campuses. With student experience, she brings a gender lens to the study of graduate student socialization to consider how students learn the skills and values to succeed in various disciplines.