Paula Rayman

Paula Rayman, Gender Studies, Middle East Center for Peace, Development, & Culture, Global Studies

Paula Rayman, Gender Studies, Middle East Center for Peace, Development, & Culture, Global Studies

Professor, Director of the Peace and Conflict Studies Program
Phone:
978-934-2902
Fax:
978-934-4028
Office:
O'Leary Library 500K

Expertise

Areas of expertise include social change, work and inequality, and gender and science.

Educational Background

Ph.D., Boston College

Biosketch

Paula Rayman is a nationally recognized scholar in the field of work organization, labor, and public policy. She is the editor of the "Temple University Press Labor and Social Change" series and the former chair of the Older Worker Task Force for the Massachusetts Jobs Council. Rayman has also worked extensively on issues related to women and science. Under Rayman's direction, the Radcliffe Public Policy Institute has focused on work, family, and community integration issues, including unemployment, flex time, telecommuting, child care, workforce development and training, organized labor issues, and gender equity in the workplace.