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Commission on Women and Gender Equity in Academia
Application to Serve for Commission on Women and Gender Equity in Academia, 2018-2019
Application opens September 14 and closes September 28, 2018.
Check all that apply:
Undergraduate : (indicate major(s) and class year)
Graduate student (indicate field of study)
Post-doctoral Fellow (indicate field of study)
Resident: (indicate department(s))
Faculty: (indicate department(s))
Staff: (indicate department(s)):
Major(s) and class year:
Field of Study:
Eastman School of Music
Warner School of Education
School of Medicine and Dentistry
School of Nursing
Simon School of Business
What interests, knowledge and experience would you bring to the work of the CWGEA?
Work on the Commission involves approximately one meeting each week and independent research / reading / writing and community conversations. Would you be able to dedicate approximately 4 hours a week to CWGEA?
Maybe (if you are a member of the staff and feel that you need help discussing your involvement with your supervisor, let us know. There are many ways to contribute to our discussions. Don’t let that stop you from applying or expressing your interest!)
Members of the Commission cannot fully represent the diversity of the student body, faculty and staff communities on each campus. However, we want to hear from all voices and expect commission members to engage with a broad range of members of the community. Including and in addition to your own voice, what diversity of perspective will you be able to provide or gather to bring to the Commission’s conversations?
Is there anything else we should know? (You are welcome to share information about your research, race, ethnic background, disability status, etc. or anything else you think might be relevant to your participation in the Commission, but are under no obligation to do so.)