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3 September 1992 Agenda for W1AD Business Meeting
Co diict.:.rs/coordinators: Pete Hildebrand and Sandra Russo
W1AD graduate assistants: Mark Swanson and Natalie LeBon
Fundmi from graduatee School (Dean I chartr) and Dean Conor
An) committee reports of summer activities
Ndcc to .:ho. a time that most can make:
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Business meeting first Thursday of the month, followed by a speaker
Other speaker for the month will be on third Friday (usually)
:, :.-; r:e: plans :
including (in collaboration with ISP and Women's Studies):
Rosalynn Carter, 14 15 September
Nyle Brady, 28 September "Impact of U.S. Scientists and Educators on
thirdd World Countne;s: Going Up or Going Down
Association of Third World S:rudies, 1 3 October
.i,; ~;ieas or volunr c1s :. :r speakers?
'o .: tp ; for spring se;. ;;::a ...
',',iien in Agriculture in Flnca nd
\'oluntarv rural to urban movement by women
*o e:. anyone else v a::t the job'?:
w)o we need/want to eect new co-directors?
Wr.ren ballots or vo-ic, votc
Post-it Drana lax tran1rTrl.', rnntn; 7 f.71 -1! nager. t
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PROPOSAL FOR A CERTIFICATE IN WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT (WID)
The proposal is to have a concentration that requires 12 credit hours at the graduate
Specifically the following will be required:
Two courses from Group 1, one course from Group 2, and
one course from any Group
GROUP 1-100% WID
GROUP 2-20-30% WID
* Being submitted to the Curriculum Committee (ANT 6933 was taught spring term and
will continue to be taught regularly)
** LAS courses have this type of designation, but are taught on a regular basis
Other courses meeting the WID content criterion will be added to this list.