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November 9, 1998

New Faculty

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Faye Crosby
Professor of Psychology

Faye J. Crosby, a professor of psychology, comes to UCSC from Smith College. She is a leading authority on affirmative action in education and business and has done research on the subject of balancing work and family. She is the author of Juggling: The Unexpected Advantages of Balancing Career and Home for Women and their Families. Her third area of research is mentoring; she is coeditor of the forthcoming book "Mentoring Dilemmas: Developmental Relationships within the Multicultural Organization." Crosby has been honored for her undergraduate teaching at Smith as well as at Yale University, where she was on the faculty from 1977-1985. She earned her B.A. in European history from Wheaton College and her Ph.D. from Boston University.

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