The Month of March, Celebrating
Womens' History Month
The purpose of the Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women is to enhance the status of all women at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, by advising the Chancellor on issues pertaining to gender equity and on specific concerns of women faculty, staff and students at the university.
Spotlight on Women
Women-Identifying Faculty, Staff and Students
Greene leads inclusive spaces, discussions on campus
Mazza hired to lead employee wellness; HealthierU launched
Are you a woman-identifying graduate student? Have you wanted to connect more with women on campus but don’t always have the opportunity to in your program? Managing the academic grind can be hard to balance with a healthy social life. Grad Gals provides a great opportunity to take a break and network. Watch for upcoming events to be posted.Event Details
Archives & Special Collections
Not long after studying at the University, Grace Reavis made history by becoming the Falls City treasurer in 1919. This was shortly after women were granted municipal suffrage in Nebraska. With this newfound right, many women, including Reavis, ran for offices in Falls City knowing they had a better chance of winning with the influx of woman voters. Five women were elected.The Nebraska Suffrage Movement
Spaces & Policy
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The Commission and each Council adhere to a policy of strict confidentiality. Conversations with the Chancellor are advisory and confidential. In addition, members of the university community should feel free to consult with members of the Commission and to express their opinions in confidence. The Commission shall not disclose to the Chancellor, or to others, any communication requested to be kept confidential by a member of the university community unless the content involves a topic that legally requires reporting.