The Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty at Colorado State University, April 2019. Top L to R - Jimena Sagas, Roe Bubar, Katie McShane, Diana Prieto, Denise Apodaca, Monique Rocca, Chrissy Chard (rotated off), Ruth Hufbauer, Silvia Canetto, Erika Miller, Noa Roman-Muniz, Rob Sica, Cori Wong Not pictured: Lumina Albert, Meena Balgopal, Sheryl Magzamen, Jessica Metcalf, Christine Olver, Liba Pejchar, Lief Sorensen, Caridad Sousa

The Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty is a special committee that functions as a subcommittee of the President’s Commission on Women and Gender Equity. This committee will focus explicitly on issues impacting the work life, campus climate, and persistent barriers inhibiting the success of women faculty at Colorado State. The Standing Committee will pay special attention to the national climate for academic women, and will offer recommendations for ways CSU might help to counter pervasive national challenges related to women in academia, including all disciplines where women are historically and currently underrepresented and the underrepresentation of women in senior academic and leadership positions.

Highlighted Work

Experiences and Perceptions of Campus Climate for Women Faculty at CSU
Read the Executive Summary, Report and Recommendations