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UA 053 - Women's Caucus Records, 1971-1981

Introduction

Subject files of the Women's Caucus on the campus of Bowling Green State University.

Duplication of materials in this collection is permitted for the purposes of preservation and research. No restrictions exist on the use of this collection. As described in the Visiting Researcher Application Form, researchers using this collection assume full responsibility for conforming to the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright.

Agency History

Formed in the early 1970s, the Women's Caucus was devoted to identifying and solving issues faced by women on a university campus. Originally only open to female faculty members, in 1976 it expanded its membership to include faculty, students and university staff of all levels. After a period of dormancy, the Women's Caucus re-emerged around 2009 as the Graduate Women's Caucus.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of subject files from the Women's Caucus. Items of study included the role of women, equal opportunity and inequalities, and Title IX. The records do not cover the later incarnation of the group as the Gradate Women's Caucus.

Collection size: 1 legal-sized manuscript box (0.5 cubic feet)

Inventory

Box 1: Subject Files

1. Files, 1971-1973

2. Chair’s files, 1975-1986

3. Classified Staff, 1976-1978

4. Graduate Students, 1978

5. Personnel Department, 1979

6. Unions, 1978-1979

7. Equal Opportunity Compliance, 1978-1979

8. Minorities, 1978-1979

9. Salary Inequities, 1973-1974

10. Status of Women Report by the Ad Hoc Committee, 1972

11. Status of Women Update, 1975-1976

12. Everywoman’s Guide Survey of BGSU, 1981

13. Title IX, 1975-1976