For Love, a Scholar of Work-Life Issues Gives Up Tenure

Nabil K. Mark for The Chronicle

Robert Drago and his girlfriend, Laurie Bonjo, pack items in his State College, Pa., apartment this month. He took a nonacademic job in Washington to live closer to her as she works on a doctorate.
June 27, 2010

One of the most prominent scholars of policies promoting work-life balance in academe has just given up tenure for love. Robert W. Drago, who until this month was a full professor of labor studies and women's studies at Pennsylvania State…

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