What is the Women's Faculty Caucus?

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The WFC is an advisory group that was first organized in 2006 to address the concerns
of women faculty as well as gender-specific issues across campus and beyond.
The WFC supports women faculty at all stages of their careers in a variety of mentoring
and networking activities. WFC participants are committed to promoting the
accomplishments of our colleagues in their research, creative work, teaching, service,
and administration.

Mission Statement

The Women’s Faculty Caucus represents non-tenure track, tenure-eligible and tenured women on the campus of Montana State University. We seek to:

  • Provide a leadership venue for women faculty to collectively impact programs and policies that serve the intellectual interests and welfare of the members and enhance the scholarship and growth of the University community.
  • Enhance the opportunities for networking among faculty women in order to facilitate professional growth and career satisfaction among faculty ranks.
  • Monitor the status of women faculty on campus in terms of numbers, resources, recruitment and retention issues, and accomplishments, and develop effective means of regularly communicating this information to the administration and campus.
  • Advise the MSU administration on systemic issues with disparate gender impacts for the institution as a whole.

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Subscribe to our WFC listserv for monthly newsletters with announcements and info about upcoming events.

Join our WFC Facbook Group for info on upcoming events or to share info with our members.

 

WFC Leadership

 Photo of Anne Ewbank

Ann Ewbank- Chair

Photo of Susanne Cowan

Susanne Cowan- Outgoing Chair

susanne.cowan@montana.edu; Cheever 155