A study of 49 women trustees at land grant universities showed that they were well educated and highly involved in civic and professional affairs. As trustees, they were heavily involved in the life of the campus and were making substantial sacrifices to do so. The data indicated women were being selected for subcommittees but not necessarily the most powerful ones. While some women accepted the position to represent the female perspective, their comments urged women to be cautious if they want to be an effective voice.
Twale, Darla J. and Burley, JoAnne E.
"Profile of Women Trustees at Land Grant Institutions: Roles, Responsibilities, and Reflections,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol1/iss3/4