Title: Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD) papers
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Title: Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD) papers
Series Title: Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD) papers
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Publisher: Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville
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DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
1350 TURLINGTON HALL
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32611
April 28, 1992
Dean Madelyn Lockhart
280 Grinter Hall
Campus

Dear Dean Lockhart:

Initiated by student interest, the Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD)
program has put together and agreed upon a proposal for a graduate
concentration leading to a Certificate in Women in Development (WID). Faculty
were queried as to the WID content of their courses. Thus far there are 5
courses that have 100% WID content; five courses have between 20% and 30%
WID content, and an additional five courses have less than 20% WID content.
These correspond to Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 (see enclosed). Presently,
all the courses are taught in IFAS and CLAS.

The proposal is to have 9 credit hours for the Master's program and 12 credit
hours for the PhD program; two courses from Group 1 and one course from
Group 2 for the Master's level; and two courses from Group 1, one course from
Group 2, and one course from any category or perhaps research credits for the
PhD level.

Currently, the courses are spread over fall and spring terms, and it would be
helpful if students who had taken these courses would be allowed to count them
towards the Certificate.

Would you kindly consider this proposal for commencement in the Fall Term
1992? Thank you for your assistance.


Sincerely,



Anita Spring, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
WIAD Director 1983-86

Encl. e
cc: IFAS: Deans Connor and Fry; Drs. HLdebrand and Russo, WIAD
CLAS Dean Dickinson; Dr. Kraft, Women's Studies
IS&P: Dr. Lele


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PROPOSAL FOR A CERTIFICATE IN WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT (WID)


The proposal is to have a concentration that requires 9 credit hours for the Master's
program and 12 credit hours for the PhD program.

Specifically the following will be required:

Masters level
Two courses from Group 1 and one course from Group 2

PhD level
Two courses from Group 1, one course from Group 2, and
one course from any Group


GROUP 1-100% WID

ANT 5303

ANT 6933

HOE 5555

LAS 6938

WST 6xxx*


GROUP 2-20-30% WID

AEB 4164

AEB 6651

ANT 6387

GEO 6509

LIN 5657


GROUP 1--<20% WID

AEB 6634

AGG 5932

AGG 5425

AGG 5813

ANT 5467


*Is in the process of being submitted to the Curriculum Committee

Other courses meeting the WID content criterion may be added to this list.









COURSES WITH WID CONTENT


Course No.

AEB 4164

AEB 6634

AEB 6651

AGG 5932

AGG 5425

AGG 5813

ANT 5303

ANT 5467

ANT 6387

ANT 6933

GEO 6509

HOE 5555

LAS 6938

LIN 5657

WST 6xxx


Course Title

Econ Anal in Small Farm Systems

Ag Dev't Administration

Ag's Role in Latin America &
Africa
Food in Africa

Sustainable Agriculture

Farming Systems Research & Ext

Women & Development

Culture and Nutrition

Anthropology of Latin America

Special Topics in WID

Econ Dev't in Africa

Women in Agricultural Dev't

Women & Dev't in Latin America

Gender and Language

Interdisciplinary Perspectives
in Gender Studies


% WID

20

*

20-30

10

*

10

100

10-20

25-30

100

20

100

100

30

100


* not specific reference to WID but general sensitivity to
development

Responses from:
FRE: Andrew/McDermott, Hildebrand, Gladwin
ANT: Lieberman, Safa, Spring, Schmink, Hardman
AGG: York, Hansen, E. Smith
GEO: McDade/Malecki
HOE: S. Smith


Professor

Hildebrand

Andrew &
McDermott
Gladwin

Hansen

York

Hildebrand

Safa, Spring,
Schmink
Lieberman

Safa

Spring

McDade

S. Smith,
Tichenor
Safa, Schmink

Hardman

Women's Studies
Faculty



role of women in


Please send additional information about other courses with WID content to
Dr. Anita Spring, 1350 Turlington.




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