The Women and Gender Collaborative is providing a two-year grant for a faculty-student mentoring program designed to encourage women to pursue advanced STEM careers and follow a path to become future leaders in their disciplines.
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The Women & Gender Collaborative is launching a fall series designed to encourage open dialogue and awareness of the role gender identity plays in how we see and experience the world around us.
Share the feels of new Rams and their families – pride, excitement, anxiety, and tears of both joy and the anticipation of separation – as classes start.
The message was big, bold and clear: Your Success is CSU’s success. The Office of the Provost sponsored an end-of-the semester event on the plaza to celebrate students as they prepare for what’s next on their journey to academic success. The “State of What’s Next” event included photo opportunities with Cam the Ram mascot.
The Division of University Operations is taking what it calls a “key step” to contribute to the collective efforts on campus to improve the work life of employees and bring about impactful change. The division is moving Diana Prieto into an expanded role as Associate Vice President for Human Capital, effective July 1, 2017, and the division will conduct a national search for a director of Human Resources.
The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities is profiling the student success initiatives of CSU and four other universities in an online course designed for higher education leaders across the country seeking to transform their campuses. CSU has earned a national reputation to envy for student retention and graduation rates.
The Women and Gender Collaborative is accepting grant proposals for innovative projects that promise to create long-term positive impacts around women and gender at CSU to be funded for a 2-year period beginning in the 2017-18 academic year.
Finding opportunities to connect with and better understand others, especially among those with different social identities or world views, can sometimes feel like an exercise in futility. The Women and Gender Collaborative wants to help change that.
The CSU Salary Equity Committee has concluded its 2017 analysis of tenure/tenure-track faculty salaries, and is releasing two reports with its findings and recommendations to the administration for moving forward. The committee will host a series of campus forums starting March 31 to present information about the study and next steps.
It can seem a pretty daunting challenge when you serve on a committee who has been charged with bringing about major institutional change, overcoming obstacles and structural constraints shaped by history and human nature over 150 years. But the Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty has moved swiftly, boldly and with determination to forge a better future for CSU.