During her career, Professor Paula Dubeck has edited or authored five books and over 20 articles and book chapters on topics typically related to professional women and women in the workplace.
In addition Paula has contributed selflessly to the administration of the department and the college. She served as Department Head of Sociology for seventeen years, and Director of the Center for the Study of Work and Family for eight years. Paula also served as the Acting Head of Anthropology. Her dedication to the college has resulted in her being awarded the McMicken College's Dean's Award for Outstanding Service.
Paula has also served in numerous capacities for professional organizations, having served as Vice-President and later President of the North Central Sociological Association. She has consulted with local organizations as diverse as the Hoxworth Blood Center and the Better Housing League. In addition, Professor Dubeck has provided the department with years of valuable teaching, bringing her deep knowledge of women in organizations and her knowledge of research methodology to the classroom. She has mentored over three dozen graduate students who have earned masters or doctoral degrees.
In short, Professor Paula Dubeck has made her colleagues, the department, the college, the university, and other organizations stronger through her many contributions.