Caucus releases second annual report on status of women who work at UD
3:25 p.m., Nov. 18, 2013--The Women’s Caucus has released its second annual report on the status of women who work at the University of Delaware and its proposals for improving gender equity on campus.
The annual report outlines the successes in the Women’s Caucus’ second year and describes its priorities for the 2013-14 academic year. In addition, the Women’s Caucus celebrates the 40th anniversary on the Commission on the Status of Women and boasts an extensive look at women faculty and staﬀ at UD in 2012 and over the last 15 years.
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A full copy of the report can be found on the group’s website. The Women’s Caucus is one of nine caucuses within the University’s Diversity and Equity Commission.
“The Women’s Caucus works with the UD community on a number of topics affecting both faculty and staff in order to increase gender equality on campus. Throughout the year, the board meets with key stakeholders across campus in a productive dialogue,” said Rebecca Davis, associate professor of history and co-chair of the Women’s Caucus. “I am impressed and grateful for the diversity of talents and expertise on our board.”
The Women’s Caucus fall general meeting will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at noon, on the third floor of the new bookstore building (83 E. Main Street, Development and Alumni Relations). All women who work at UD are invited to attend to hear about the work the Women’s Caucus is doing.
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