Advancing Academic Women's Presence, Equity and Standing within the Faculty
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History

The Academic Women's Caucus was founded in its current form in 1975. Its initial charge was " ...to develop an inclusive organization of all women faculty members of the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses of the University of Michigan which will serve as a forum for the exchange of information about the status of faculty women at the University and as a focus for action necessary to the investigation and resolution of their special concerns." To this end, the Caucus has met regularly during the academic year since 1976. It has responded to the concerns of its members by sponsoring informational and problem-solving sessions of various kinds and has provided support and a mechanism for exchange of ideas and action proposals.

2001 Award Winning Video "'Striving Toward Equity at the University of Michigan", depicting the groupšs 25-year history.

 

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