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Welcome to the 2018-2019 Academic Year!
The Women's Faculty Council (WFC) works to improve the status of women at OSU by being advocates for women through educational programming, award funding, research, and career support. We also serve in an advisory capacity to the administration and university community.
We study needs and problems that impact women in institutions of higher education, and we recommend actions that promote progress toward equality. We provide space for those on OSU’s campus interested in raising awareness and developing action to share resources and spark movement. We share resources and connect individuals across the our community.
All female* (female identifying as documented by HR) instructional faculty of the OSU-Stillwater campus (tenure- and non-tenure track) or members emeriti of the Faculty are full members of the Council with voting privileges. Only full-time faculty members may serve as officers in the Council. Others may attend and serve at the discretion of the Executive Committee.
Monthly informational programming with a short WFC business meeting. Request for participants to serve on the WFC research awards and undergraduate scholarship review committee. WFC Research Week sponsored panel. Book group discussions. Lots of encouragement to nominate your female peers to university awards in recognition of their work and service. Other suggestions? You tell us!
There are many ways to get involved with the WFC! Here are just a few:
- Attend monthly meetings to join a community of future leaders and campus advocates
- Volunteer as a reviewer for the WFC Research Award
- Volunteer as a reviewer for the 2019 Ann Ryder and Clara Smith Women's Faculty Council Leadership Endowed Scholarship
- Run for an officer position
- Join the WFC Research Committee as advisors to OSU administration
- and many more!
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