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Alex Carter // 01-15-2015

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Like inspiring stories? Take a look at this article as CNN set out to acknowledge the efforts of 10 women who are helping other women find success by giving them opportunities.

 

 The CNN 10: Visionary Women

Important Events

February 01, 2015

TBD

This event is to be determined... learn more

March 09, 2015

Save the Date!

Speaker Shiza Shahid will be on campus March 9th! Details to follow soon. Information on... learn more

March 28, 2015

10th Annual Women's Conference: Unity at the Intersections

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Kathryn T. Bohannon Speaker Series

Beyond Poop and Puberty: Radical Parenting

Date

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

 

Time

Noon- 1 p.m.

 

 Location

LSC 376-378

 

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Something to Attend!

 

 

Women's Conference Committee and the Women and Gender Advocacy Center present to you this special event. If you are planning on attending, please check out the details below.

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Are You an Expecting Parent?

We know that being a new parent can be stressful enough, so we have asked two current CSU moms to create a tip sheet that will make your life-changing transition much easier!

Expecting Parent Tip Sheet


Tips for Supervisors to Support Working Parents

Knowing how to accommodate a new parent returning to work can be difficult. We are here to help. We have provided you with a tip sheet that gives ways to be a supportive supervisor.

Supervisor Tip Sheet

 

 

 

Film Screening and Discussion

 

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