The Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty (SCSWF) currently has openings for the following position.
- College of Natural Sciences Representative
All interested faculty members are invited to submit an application.
SCSWF members are appointed for three year terms, renewable up to two times by a vote of the SCSWF.
The SCSWF is a work intensive committee with the meetings held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month during the academic year from 1:30-3:00 pm (August-May).
Additional meetings are held by subgroups, which are coordinated by the participants of each smaller working group. All interested persons should plan on dedicating at least 10-15 hours a month to SCSWF meetings and work.
The majority of SCSWF are faculty members that represent colleges and departments throughout the university. College representatives should feel comfortable working with the constituents they represent to bring issues, ideas and recommendations to the SCSWF.
- If applying for a college representative position you must be a regular faculty member
- Have knowledge of women faculty issues and concerns
- Have experience working on women’s issues
- Be able to meet and fulfill the appointment requirements
- Be able to attend all meetings
Interested individuals can apply by filling out the online application form. For full consideration, please complete applications by April 24, 2019.
Before Applying: Before submitting an application, please read the About the Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty page. It’s highly suggested that you explore the Standing Committee’s website to familiarize yourself with the mission and goals of the Standing Committee and see where your strengths might complement the work.
Selection Process: All applications will be reviewed by the current members of the SCSWF who will then recommend nominees to the President for approval and official appointment.
Questions? Any questions about the SCSWF, application materials or application process can be directed to Ashley Wilbanks at Ashley.Wilbanks@colostate.edu.