Selected Research

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Griffin, K. A., Hart, J., Worthington, R. L., Belay, K., & Yeung, J. C. (accepted). Race-related activism: How do higher education diversity professionals respond? Review of Higher Education.
  • Garvey, J. C., Hart, J., Metcalfe, A., & Fellabaum-Toston, J. (accepted). Methodological troubles with gender and sex in higher education survey research. Review of Higher Education.
  • Gardner, S. K., Hart, J., Ng, J., Ropers-Huilman, R., Ward, K., & Wolf-Wendel, L. E. (2017). “Me-search:” Challenges and opportunities regarding subjectivity in knowledge construction. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 8(2), 88-108. https://doi.org/10.1108/SGPE-D-17-00014
  • Mars, M. M., & Hart, J. (2017). Graduate STEM-based agriculture education and women agriculturalists: An agency perspective. Journal of Agricultural Education, 58(3), 256-274. https://doi.org/10.5032/jae.2017.03256
  • Garvey, J. C., Hart, J., Hoffman, G., Iverson, S., Metcalfe, A. S., Mitchell, T., Pryor, J. C.,& Seher, C. L.  (2017). Performing critical work: The challenges of emancipatory scholarship in the academic marketplace [Special issue]. Critical Questions in Education, 8(2), 138-162.
  • Lester, J., Sallee, M., & Hart, J. (2017). Beyond gendered universities? Implications for research on gender in organizations. NASPA: Journal about Women in Higher Education, 10(1), 1-26. doi: 10.1080/19407882.2017.1285794
  • Hart, J. (2016). Dissecting a gendered organization: Implications for career trajectories for mid-career women in STEM. Journal of Higher Education, 87(5), 605-634.
  • Pryor, J.,Ta, D., & Hart, J. (2016). Searching for home: Transgender students and experiences with residential housing. College Student Affairs Journal, 34(2), 43-60.
  • Sallee, M., & Hart, J. (2015). Cultural navigators: International faculty fathers in the U.S. research university. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 8(3), 192-211.
  • Hart, J., & Eddy, P. (2012). Faculty in the hinterlands: Cultural anticipation and cultural reality. Higher Education, 63(6), 751-769.
  • Mendoza, M. M., Hart, J., & Whitney, S. (2011). Taking the family to college: Understanding the resiliency and success of Hispanic students at a predominantly white Midwest University. Enrollment Management Journal: Student Access, Finance, and Success in Higher Education, 5(4), 67-90.
  • Hart, J., & Lester, J. (2011). Starring students: Gender performance at a women’s collegeNASPA Journal about Women in Higher Education, 4(2), 193-217. doi:10.2202/1940-7890.108
  • Hart, J. (2011). Non-tenure track faculty women: Opening the door. Journal of the Professoriate, 4(1), 96-124.
  • Hart, J., & Metcalfe, A. S. (2010). Whose Web of Knowledge is it anyway: The impact of feminist articles on the field of higher education. Journal of Higher Education. Manuscript accepted for publication.

Book Chapters

  • Hart, J. (2018). Gender inequality and managerialism: A self-ethnographic exploration of a woman department chair. In J. Donaldson, B. Foster, & S. Graham (Eds.), Navigating the volatility of higher education: Anthropological and policy perspectives (pp. 47-68). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Hart, J. (2017). Feminist faculty: Striving to be heard. In P. Eddy, K. Ward, & Khwaja, T. (Eds.), Critical approaches to women and gender in higher education (pp. 163-189). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hart, J., & Ludwig, E. (2014). Standards, Success, & CPED? A Foucaultian examination of “Best Practices” for doctoral programs in education. In S. Freeman, Jr., L. Goodchild, & L. Hagedorn (Eds.), Advancing higher education administration degree program quality: The question of doctoral guidelines (commemorating 120 years of excellence as a field of study) (pp. 197-212), Sterling, VA: Stylus.
  • McChristy, W. M.,& Hart, J. (2013). Popular to purposeful. In J. A Perry & D. L. Carlson (Eds.), In their own words: A journey to the stewardship of the practice in education (pp. 15-30). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Hermsen, J. M., Litt, J. S., Hart, J., & Tucker, S. A. (2011). Mentoring women faculty. In B. Bank (Ed.),Gender and higher education (pp. 344-350). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Hart, J., & Hubbard, J. A. (2010). Consuming higher education: Who is paying the price? In E. J. Allan, S. J. Iverson, B. Ropers-Huilman (Eds.), Re/constructing higher education: Feminist poststructural perspectives and policy analysis (pp. 147-165). New York, NY: RoutledgeFalmer.
  • Worthington, R. L., Hart, J., & Khairallah, T. (2009). Counselors as diversity change agents in higher education. In J. Ponterotto, J. M. Casas, L. Suzuki, C. Alexander (eds.), Handbook of multicultural counseling (3rd ed.) (pp. 563-576). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Work under Review/InProgress

  • Ball, A., Hart, J., & Kitchel, T. (in progress). Assessing the culture of teaching at a large land-grant university.

Technical Reports

  • Ball, A., Kitchel, T., & Hart, J. (2012). Identifying faculty needs for teaching and advising undergraduate and graduate students: Final report of findings. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri.
  • Harper, C., Hart, J., & Ta-Pryor, J.(2012). University of Missouri Health System diversity climate report. University of Missouri: Health System.
  • Harper, C., Hart, J., & Ta-Pryor, J.(2012). MU Health System Climate Study: School of Medicine. University of Missouri: Health System.
  • Whitney, S., & Hart, J. (2010). MU campus climate study: 2009 student survey. University of Missouri: Office of the Assistant Deputy Chancellor for Diversity.

Grant Proposals Funded

  • Curs, B., Fellabaum, J., & Hart, J. (Co-PIs). (2013). Online graduate certificate in college teaching. Funded by Mizzou Online, $122,942.
  • Polocco, J. C. (PI), Waldron, A. M., & Hart, J. (Co-PIs). (2012). Planning EPSCoR Missouri. Funded by the National Science Foundation, $244,281.
  • Schultz, J. (PI), Anderson, K., Barile, M., Gafke, R., Hart, J., Leonhard, L., Matisziw, T., Shang, Y., Shyu, C., Steinley, D., Wedman, J., & Westgren, R. (2010). The architecture of collaboration: Defining networks, developing methods. Funding requested from the Mizzou Advantage Program, University of Missouri, $46,800.
  • Pettey, D. H. (PI), Glaser, R. E., Hart, J. L., Schmidt, F. J., Smith, G. P., Golomb, M. W., & Patton, M. D. (Co-PIs). (2009). PRISM: Mathematics in Life Sciences. Funded by the National Science Foundation, $2,274,217.
  • Hart, J. (PI), & Litt, J. (Co-PI). (2007). A Faculty Status and Campus Climate Research Project for an NSF-ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Application. Funded by the MU Research Council, $6,875.
  • Litt, J. (PI), Middleton, M., Burgoyne, S., Tucker, S., Chandrasekhar, M., Beamer, L., Deakyne, C., Hart, J., Lorenzen, C., & Skubic, M. (Co-PIs). (2007). Mizzou ADVANCE Partnerships for Adaptation, Implementation, and Dissemination: Institutional Change and Gender Equity at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Funded by the National Science Foundation Partnership for Adaptation, Implementation, and Dissemination Award, $500,000.

Consulting

  • Co-Researcher, University of Missouri, “MU Health System Climate Study,” project funded by the Vice Chancellor of Health Sciences, May 2011-December 2012
  • Co-Researcher, University of Missouri, “The Culture of Teaching at MU,” project funded by the Vice Provost for Advanced Studies and the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies
  • Co-Researcher, University of Missouri, “MU Campus Climate Study,” project funded by the Chancellor’s Diversity Initiative, January 2008-January 2010
  • Researcher, Smith College, “Common Ground and Alumnae Association of Smith College (AASC) Focus Groups,” $3,000 project funded by Smith College, May -December 2006
  • Researcher, Smith College, “Faculty micro-climate change,” $12,000 project funded by Re-affirming action: Designs for diversity in higher education grant at Rutgers University, sponsored by the Ford Foundation, September 2005-August 2006
  • Researcher, University of Arizona, “Agencies of change: Faculty leadership in initiating and sustaining diversity at the University of Arizona,” $12,000 project funded by Re-affirming action: Designs for diversity in higher education grant at Rutgers University, sponsored by the Ford Foundation, April 2004-May 2005.

National and International Presentations

  • Perez, R., Pasque, P., Chan, J., Hart, J., Davison, C. H., Robbins, C. K. (2018, November). Making meaning of the 2016 U.S. presidential election: Qualitative research on campuses in the era of 45. Symposium presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.
  • Trigos-Carrillo, L., Collins, D., Espino, M., Gonzales, L., & Hart, J. (2017, April). Latinas’  journey in higher education and leadership model for students, faculty, and administrators. Symposium presented at the AERA Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Griffin, K. A., Hart, J., Worthington, R. L., Belay, K., & Yeung, J. C. (2017, April). Race- related campus activism: How do higher education diversity professionals respond? Paper presented at the AERA Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Clark-Taylor, A., Croom, N., Espino, M. M., Hart, J., & Waterman, S. J. (2016, November). Feminism(s) and epistemology(s): Expanding approaches to higher education research for the public good. Symposium presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Cabrera, N., Butler, J., Shorter-Gooden, K., Rhoades, R., Griffin, K., & Hart, J. (2016, April). The arc of the moral universe: College student activism and the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Division J Vice Presidential Session at the AERA Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Eddy, P., Hart, J., Lester, J., Marine, S., Martinez-Aleman, A., Ropers-Huilman, R., Ward, K., & Danowitz, M. A. (2015, November). Gender in higher education: Problem solved or persisting inequities. Symposium presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Nilson, M., Magolda, M. B., King, P., Perez, R. J., Hart, J., & Barber, J. (2015). Qualitatively examining change over time: Longitudinal qualitative research (LQR). Symposium presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Pryor, J., Hoffman, G., Garvey, J., Hart, J., Iverson, S., Seher, C., & Metcalfe, A. (2014, November). Beyond critical theory: Critiquing power/(re)visioning higher education. Symposium presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Ali, N., Glaser, R., Hart, J., Ludwig, E., Fellabaum, J., Smith, G., Schmidt, F., Pettey, D., & Chicone, C., (2014, August). Teaching chemistry in the context of a cross-disciplinary research seminar. Symposium presented at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Allendale, MI.
  • Sallee, M., & Hart, J. (2014, April). International faculty fathers: Navigating work and family in the American research university. Paper presented at the AERA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Kitchel, T., Ball, A., & Hart, J. (2014, April). Assessing the culture of teaching at a large land-grant university. Paper presented at the AERA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Iverson, S., Danowitz, M., Lester, J., Sallee, M., Seher, C., & Hart, J. (2014, April). The double bind: Gendered organizations and work/family (im)balance. Symposium paper presented at the AERA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Freeman, Jr., S., Hart, J., Hyle, A., & Chambers, C. (2013, November). Advancing higher education administration as a field of study: A quest of guidelines. Symposium presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Fellabaum, J., Hart, J., Benson, C., Gateley, C., Kalatozi, N., Krug, G., Livengood-Clouse, M.,& Orr, R. (2013, November). Collaboration and/or interdisciplinarity? Faculty perspectives in the humanities and life sciences. Paper presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Glaser, R., Hart, J., Ludwig, E., Pettey, D., Smith, G., Schmidt, F., Chicone, C., & Fellabaum, J. (2013, July). Teaching college chemistry: Context, collaboration, and communication. Paper presented at the EuroVaritey Conference, Limerick, Ireland.
  • Lester, J., Sallee, M., & Hart, J. (2013, May). Beyond gendered universities? Implications for research on gender in organizations. Roundtable presented at the AERA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Sallee, M., & Hart, J. (2013, April). Bridging the cultural divide: International faculty parents. Paper presented at the AERA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Hart, J., Harper, C., & Ta-Pryor, J. (2013, April). Perceptions of agency in addressing workplace diversity climate.Poster presented at the AERA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Harper, C., Ta-Pryor, J.,& Hart, J. (2012, November). Differing perceptions of workplace diversity climate by job status. Poster presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Fellabaum, J.,Hart, J., & Brown, A.(2012, April). Black men in college: Understandings and perceptions of masculinity. Paper presented at the AERA Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Ta-Pryor, J.,Ta-Pryor, D.,& Hart, J. (2011, November). Searching for home: Transgender students and experiences with residential housing. Paper presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC.
  • Lester, J., Hart, J., Sallee, M., & Harris III, F. (2011, November). Beyond gendered universities? Roundtable presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC.
  • Metcalfe, A., Hart, J., & Fellabaum, J.(2011, November). Methodological troubles with gender and sex in higher education research. Paper presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC.
  • Curs, B., Brown, C., & Hart, J. (2011, November). HOPE for access: Effects of merit-based aid on enrollment by gender. Paper presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC.
  • Fellabaum, J.,Hart, J., & Glaser, R. (2011, July). Mathematics in the life sciences: Developing a best practice. Paper presented at the ASQ Advancing the STEM Agenda in Education, the Workplace, and Society Conference, Stout, WI.
  • Quinn, K., & Hart, J. (2011, May). Experiences contributing to the practice location of retention of physicians in rural practice. Poster presented at the National Rural Health Association Annual Conference, Austin, TX.

Invited Presentations

  • Hart, J. (2015, October). How to conduct good research in educational administration. Presentation for the Prince of Songkla University, Hatyai, Thailand
  • Hart, J. (2015, October). Organizational transformation and organizational development: From theories to practices. Workshop presented at the Prince of Songkla University, Pattani, Thailand.
  • Hart, J. (2015, October). Campus climate and organizational transformation in the research university. Presentation for the Prince of Songkla University, Hatyai, Thailand.
  • Hart, J. (2015, June). Dissecting the (re)production of a gendered organization among mid-career women in STEM: Implications for leadership. Paper presented at the Women in Leadership Conference, University of Missouri System, Columbia, MO.
  • Glaser, R. E., Hart, J., Fellabaum, J., & Ludwig, E. (2012, August). Teaching chemistry in the context of a cross-disciplinary research seminar. Presentation at the annual American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hart, J. (2010). Special interactive session: Organization, administration, and leadership. Critical discussant for A multiple case study of universities and same-sex health benefits: Using institutional logics to examine higher education adaptation to changes in public policy for the ASHE Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Hart, J. (2010). An intimate conversation with scholars: Developing research ideas and agendas
    as graduate students. Roundtable presented at the ASHE Annual Conference,
    Indianapolis, IN.
  • Hummert, M. L., Britton, D., Cudd, A., Hart, J., Multon, K., & O’Connor, A. (2010, April).
    Transitioning from associate to full. Panel presented for the Big 12 Workshop on Faculty Diversity, Lawrence, KS.
  • Snyder, L., Hart, J., Schumacher, K., Twombly, S., & Wolf-Wendel, L. (2010, April). Campus
    climate surveying: Synergies and lessons learned. Panel presented for the Big 12 Workshop on Faculty Diversity, Lawrence, KS.
  • Hart, J. (2010, April). Stress and women faculty. Research presentation for the Provost’s Advisory Committee on Women’s Issues, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.
  • Hart, J. (2009). Sitting down with scholars: The development of research ideas, networks, and mentoring.Roundtable presented at the ASHE Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.