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College of Agriculture Diversity Task Force May 2, 2002
1st UK Woman Faculty 1888 19th Amendment 1920 1st UK Status of Women Report 1990 1st UK AA Woman Student 1949 PCW Formed 2000 UK Founded1865 1st Woman Dean 1958 1st Woman on President’s Cabinet 1990 Seneca Falls Convention 1848 1st UK Basketball Championship 1902 1st UK White Woman Student 1880
Report of the Senate Council Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Women 2001 http://www.uky.edu/USC/Comms/ahw Blueprint for Gender Equity A GREAT UNIVERSITY: EXPANDS OPPORTUNITIES ENSURES EQUITABLE COMPENSATION PROMOTES WOMEN EMPLOYEES FOSTERS A HOSPITABLE CLIMATE INCREASES INSTITUTIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY
UK Employees Bi-Weekly 90% Monthly Faculty
Bi-Weekly Staff 80% 80%
Monthly Employees By Sex and Grade Level 1989 2000 % % grade level grade level MALES FEMALES
% Executive, Administrative and Managerial Positions Held by Women 64% 44% 43% 41% 35%
00000 24% 23% Administration Athletics 76% 77%
Faculty Men Faculty Women 83% 80%
Full Professor Gender Equity 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%
RCTF Endowed Chairs and Professorships
College Deans By Sex Social Work Human Env. Sciences Nursing 18% 82%
Academic Department Heads by Sex 14% 86%
HONORS Since 1886, only 7% of UK’s honorary degrees have been awarded to women. 7% of the newly created RCTF endowed chairs (3) and 12% of the RCTF professorships (10) are named for women (N=3). Since 1967, only 3 women have won the Sturgill Award for outstanding contributions to graduate education. Only 8 of the newly hung banners honor women’s accomplishments.
The President’s Commission on Women 2001 Advise the President on issues, policies and practices that affect women at the University of Kentucky; Report regularly to the President and the University community on the status of women at UK; Offer recommendations to redress all forms of gender-related inequities; and Propose initiatives to ensure that the University of Kentucky fully engages the talents of its women employees and fairly meets the needs of its women students.
The President’s Commission on Women 2 Gillis Building, CAMPUS 0033 Phone: 257.3493 Fax: 323.9804 E-mail: email@example.com www.uky.edu/PCW