Sex discrimination in education -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0656
Overview The University's Committee on the Status of Women was formed in the fall of 1981, consisting of faculty, staff, students and community members. Its original purpose was to communicate with and educate people interested in women's issues at the University and in the broader community, and to investigate or research, as appropriate, timely issues of University import. Collection consist of committee agendas and minutes as well as other administrative materials, issues and special events led by...
Overview The Lynn Ossolinski Papers consists of materials related to her work with the AAUW and the AAUW's Education Equity (EE) program. Series 1 consists of AAUW minutes, budgets, policy sheets, convention materials, correspondence, and newsletters. Dating from about 1991-1995, these records were acquired or created by Lynn during her term as an AAUW officer. AAUW subject files include abortion, diversity, "Leaders on Loan" program, libraries, schools, violence, and files on named...
Identifier: AC 0341
Abstract Dr. Catherine Parsons Smith began as a part-time lecturer in fall 1969. By 1972, when the University's first Affirmative Action statement was announced, Smith was teaching under a complicated multiple contract arrangement that equaled almost full time, but without equal compensation. The records in the collection cover the period of Catherine Parsons Smith's suit and include drafts, appeals, complaints, deposition, and settlement agreement. Included is Smith's research and personal comments,...