Sarah Earl-Novell is a research associate at UC Berkeley's Center for Studies in Higher Education (CSHE). She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Sussex, U.K. and a M.Sc. in Sociology, London School of Economics, U.K. Dr. Earl-Novell is currently working on ‘Men in Higher Education: investigating the gendered terrain of university participation, experience and achievement’. Prior to that, she worked as a staff researcher on The Future of Scholarly Communication Project based at CSHE.
Recent Publications & Presentations
Widening Participation and ‘Elite’ Online Education: The Case of the University of California. Sarah Earl-Novell. In T. Hinton-Smith (eds) Widening Participation in Higher Education. (To be published by Palgrave MacMillan).
Final Report: Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines. Diane Harley, Sophia Krzys Acord, Sarah Earl-Novell, Shannon Lawrence, C. Judson King. (January 2010)
The Influence of Academic Values on Scholarly Publication and Communication Practices. Diane Harley, Sarah Earl-Novell, Jennifer Arter, Shannon Lawrence, and C. Judson King. Journal of Electronic Publishing 10, no. 2 (Spring 2007).
An Assessment of the Extent to Which Subject Variation Between the Arts and Sciences in Relation to the Award of First Class Degree Can Explain the ‘Gender Gap’. Ruth Woodfield and Sarah Earl-Novell. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27 (3): 355-372, 2006.
Report: Scholarly Communication: Academic Values and Sustainable Models. C. Judson King, Diane Harley, Sarah Earl-Novell, Jennifer Arter, Shannon Lawrence, and Irene Perciali. Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley. (July 27, 2006).
A Graduate Experience of Women and International Students in Mathematics. Sarah Earl-Novell. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 12 (1): 67-79, 2006.
Gender and Mode of Assessment at University: Should We Assume Female Students are Better Suited to Coursework and Males to Unseen Examinations? Ruth Woodfield, Sarah Earl-Novell and Lucy Solomon. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (1): 35-50, 2005.
The Relationship Between Perceptions of Pre-Menstrual Syndrome and Degree Performance. Sarah Earl-Novell and Donna Jessop. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (4): 349-358, 2005
Report: Public Trust in Higher Education and a Media Review of Press Articles in California. Warren H. Fox and Sarah Earl-Novell. Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley. (May 4, 2004).