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. The WFC participants are committed to promoting the accomplishments of our colleagues in their research, creative work, teaching, service, and adminstration.
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.
2011-2012 Steering Committee members
Email Sara with any other membership questions.
Highlights - WFC Fall 2011 newsletter
-- "Recipient of the 2011 WFC Mentor Award"
Family AdvocateMSU desires to support the health and well-being of its faculty, staff and students and their families, and to create a family-friendly environment in which to work and learn. flyer For information and support related to family care-giving needs, contact the University Family Advocate:
Assistant Professor of Political Science
2-140 Wilson Hall
- WFC Annual Holiday Mixer. Wednesday, Dec 5, 2012, 4:30-6:30 pm, inthe Helen Copeland Gallery (2nd floor of Haynes Hall -- the art building). All WFC members are welcome to attend.
- WFC Potluck and Book Swap. Wednesday, July 18, 2012, 5:30 pm, Bozeman Pond Pavilion. Bring a dish to share, your drink, books to get rid of, and a bag for new books.
Discussion of Research in Education Across Disciplines. Friday, April 20, 2012 11:30-12:30 in SUB 168. Lunch provided. E-mail your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 17.
- Spring Luncheon - Friday, March 9, 2012 at noon, SUB. Lunch will be provided. E-mail your RSVP to email@example.com by March 6.
- WFC Ski Day at Bridger Bowl - December 16, 2011: The second, actual end-of-the-semester get-together will be something off-campus, outside, and a little athletic. more
- Fall Networking Event - December 1, 2011 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm, the WFC will be hosting the first of two end-of-the-semester get-togethers, and we hope you can join us for treats for the eyes and the palate! Haynes Hallin the Copeland Gallery for eats, drinks, conversation, and art by Sean Caulfield and Akiko Taniguchi. It should be an aesthetically stimulating good old time! more
- Brown Bag Lunch - November 18, 2011 at noon., Chemistry Conference Room.
- July 2011: Dr. Sara Rushing is the current campus Parent Advocate (2011-2012). See flier.
- October 26, 2010: Grand opening of the Family Care (Nursing) Room on campus, Hamilton Hall more
Steering Committee - Call for Volunteers
October 11, 2011