EMORY UNIVERSITY. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN.
President's Commission on the Status of Women records, 1973-2006

Emory University

Emory University Archives

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Emory University. President's Commission on the Status of Women.
Title: President's Commission on the Status of Women records, 1973-2006
Call Number:Series No. 30
Extent: 11.50 linear ft. (24 boxes)
Abstract:The President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) was established in 1976 as an advisory body to the President on issues related to Emory University women. Records of the President's Commission on the Status of Women include correspondence; meeting minutes and agenda; bylaws; budgets; reports; committee records; subject files related to issues of affirmative action, hiring, promotion, and tenure for female faculty; items related to various programs, projects, and symposia; the files, 1990-2006, of acting presidents, chiefly compilations of annual activities; and some digital and audiovisual material.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

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Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Researchers must contact MARBL in advance to access the audiovisual and/or digital material in this collection. Series 8 closed to researchers in accordance with Emory University Archives Policy for unprocessed materials.

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All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

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Citation

[after identification of item(s)], President's Commission on the Status of Women records, Emory University Archives, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

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Processed by Ben Nobbs-Thiessen.


Collection Description

Administrative History

The President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) was established February 7, 1976, as an advisory body to the President on issues related to Emory University women.

The Commission is comprised of at least 36 members. Of these, at least 26 are appointed by the President, and 10 are Ex Officio members. Eight student representatives (4 undergraduate, 2 professional school, and 2 graduate representatives) are appointed by the President for a one-year term. Eight faculty and eight staff members are appointed by the President for three-year terms. In addition, the chair is either a faculty or staff member who is serving a three-year term.

Appointed members of the Commission are selected with as broad a representation as possible from the various divisions of Emory University. The Commission also elects alternates who may attend the commission meetings and participate in discussions. The PCSW seeks dedicated, skilled, and passionate women and men to serve the cause of advancing women's interests at Emory.

The President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) was established February 7, 1976, as an advisory body to the President on issues related to Emory University women.

The Commission is comprised of at least 36 members. Of these, at least 26 are appointed by the President, and 10 are Ex Officio members. Eight student representatives (4 undergraduate, 2 professional school, and 2 graduate representatives) are appointed by the President for a one-year term. Eight faculty and eight staff members are appointed by the President for three-year terms. In addition, the chair is either a faculty or staff member who is serving a three-year term.

Appointed members of the Commission are selected with as broad a representation as possible from the various divisions of Emory University. The Commission also elects alternates who may attend the commission meetings and participate in discussions. The PCSW seeks dedicated, skilled, and passionate women and men to serve the cause of advancing women's interests at Emory.

Scope and Content Note

Records of the President's Commission on the Status of Women include correspondence; meeting minutes and agenda; bylaws; budgets; reports; committee records; subject files related to issues of affirmative action, hiring, promotion, and tenure for female faculty; items related to various programs, projects, and symposia; the files, 1990-2006, of acting presidents, chiefly compilations of annual activities; and some digital and audiovisual material.

Arrangement Note

Organized into eight series: (1) General records, (2) Committee records, (3) Issues subject files, (4) Meetings, symposia, and seminars, (5) Projects and programs, (6) Reports and surveys, (7) Chair's files, and (8) Unprocessed additions.


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