Commission on the Status of Women Records
Scope and Contents
The Commission on the Status of Women Records consist of Affirmative Action material, correspondence, membership rosters, minutes, federal guidelines, an Intercollegiate Athletic Programs for Women position paper about Title IX, and other reports. There is also the Proceedings of Two Workshop Conferences: “Training Women to Meet the Challenge of Today’s New Dimensions,” sponsored by the Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women (June 1969), and miscellaneous publications.
Collection is open for research. Materials must be used on-site; advance notice suggested. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
The Commission on the Status of Women was created in November 1971. President N. Edd Miller charged the Commission to determine the status of the university and investigate grievances of discrimination of women as discovered or reported. Five subcommittees were appointed: Child Care Facility, Study of Attitudes, Dissemination of Information, Public Hearings, and Study of Academic Personnel. The Commission worked with the University’s Human Relations Commission and other campus units. Mary Ellen Glass and other faculty served on the Commission.
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Transfer from the Commission.
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