Dr. Jennifer O'Connor Duffy graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College where she studied gender and educational inequality. She then received her master's and doctoral degree in higher education administration from Boston College. She has taught graduate students in education at several colleges including Suffolk University, Northeastern University, and Kaplan University. Her research seeks to understand the experiences of women on college campuses. Her first book published was entitled, "Working-Class Students at Radcliffe College, 1940-1970: The Intersection of Gender, Social Class, and Historical Context."
Gender, education, background and career progression: case study of Radcliffe College graduates, College of Professional Studies Faculty Publications (2009)
This study explores the professional development of female graduates of Radcliffe College, an Ivy League...
The Balancing Act: Gender Perspectives in Faculty Roles andWork Lives, NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education (2008)
Invisibly at risk: low-income students in a middle and upper-class world, College of Professional Studies Faculty Publications (2007)
Women's studies programs, multicultural centers, and organizations to support gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students...