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Vol 57 No. 3 | Feb. 2005
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President's Commission on the Status of Women Seeking
Nominations for 2005 Advancement of Women Awards

The President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) at CSULB is seeking nominations for its Third Annual Advancement of Women Awards.

The commission will honor a student, a staff/administrator, and a faculty member who actively contribute to the advancement of women on campus through their scholarship, teaching, organizational work, campus community service and/or any other form of support for women at Cal State Long Beach.   All women and men who are current members of the campus community are eligible for the award.

“This will be the third consecutive year that the Commission has given this type of award,” said Elizabeth Novack, university ombuds and PCSW awards committee chair. “The commission has focused its work on improving circumstances and opportunities for the women who study and work here. PCSW also recognizes other campus community members have joined in this effort, and are deserving of acknowledgement for their help toward the progress of women at the university.”

Each of the winners will receive a plaque to be presented by President Robert C. Maxson, and will be recognized at the Spring Women's Research Colloquium on Thursday, April 28. In addition, the winners' names will be included on a perpetual plaque displayed in the Women's Resource Center.

Nominations must include an extensive letter detailing the work that the candidate has done for women at CSULB and why that work is significant. Nomination forms are available at www.csulb.edu/org/women.  

The deadline for receiving nomination forms is Friday, March 18, and all nominations should be mailed to the Women's Resource Center, LA-3, Room 105, or e-mailed to mgchavez@csulb.edu .

For more information about the awards or the nominating process, please contact the Award Committee Chair, Elizabeth Novack at 562-985-2577.
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