What is the Women's Leadership Council?

On the invitation of Provost Thomas Rosenbaum, the Women’s Leadership Council came into being in June 2008. The twelve women faculty representing the divisions and schools who serve on the Council advise in the implementation of the University’s commitment to become the institution of choice for outstanding women scholars in all fields of study. The Council’s charge is to identify impediments to the recruitment and retention of the most highly qualified female academics and to promote policies and practices that will help the University make a sustained effort to address and overcome them. 

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