Senate Plenary Session on Women at Pitt
We seek to create a climate at the
The success and support of women students, teachers, researchers, staff, and leaders are central to high-quality undergraduate programs, superior graduate training, horizon-expanding research, knowledge transfer, continuing education, and social, intellectual, and economic development.
The Spring 2004 Senate Plenary aims to serve as an opportunity to record and celebrate progress toward womenís and menís full and equal inclusion in the mission of the University.
∑ Note progress in attracting, retaining, and developing women as undergraduate students, graduate trainees, faculty, staff, and administrators.
∑ Assess the degree to which the University is meeting the goals and expectations articulated by the Provost in his 2002 Memorandum on diversity (with respect to women).
Spur continued efforts to promote the mission of
the University and thus move the
Acknowledge, support, celebrate, and insist upon
the importance of women to the mission of the