Faculty Research Associate — Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison
Assistant Professor of Sociology
" "We need to address gender discrimination and prejudice against women leaders to reduce the psychosocial costs of job authority for women.” "
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- Office: CLA 2.622D
Tetyana's current project explores how higher-status occupations and leadership affect women’s and men’s health. She is launching a multi-site and multi-method collection of longitudinal survey data, biomarkers, daily stress diary data, and in-depth interviews to understand how the psychological and physical health costs and rewards of job authority differ between men and women. Students interested in working on the "Women in Leadership: Linking Stress, Health, and Equality" (WILLSHE) Project (http://willsheproject.org/) are encouraged to e-mail Tetyana. She also works with the Center for Women and Gender Studies to re-establish the Gender and Health research cluster (http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/cwgs/research-clusters/Gender-and-Health.php).