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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

In Our Own Words: A Journal About Women

 Series — Box 95: [aspace.r.183.Box.95]
Identifier: GV044-01
Abstract Annual journal that provided a safe place for people's voices to emerge, to be heard and to resonate. Submissions were considered for their diversity of thought and presentation. Collected writings submitted by women at GVSU and selected for publication by Women's Center staff.

Michigan Women's Times

Identifier: RHP-31
Scope and Contents Published for women in Michigan, “A record and confirmation of women’s voices.”

Professional Organization of Women files

 Series — Box 63: [aspace.r.421.Box.63]
Identifier: GV237
Abstract The Professional Organization of Women was an unofficial group of professional and faculty women who sought to enhance the political awareness and activities of all of its members, most particularly in GVSC, local, state, and national policies and laws as they relate to women, provide a vehicle for the professional, scholastic, and personal development of all women on the GVSC campus, to be a liaison with other women's groups on campus and in the community, and to provide opportunities to work ...

Report on the Status of Women at GVSC files

 Series — Box 63: [aspace.r.420.Box.63]
Identifier: GV236
Abstract The Report on the Status of Women at GVSC was initiated in order to correct inequities that existed in discrimination against female faculty, staff, and students. Collection contains a memorandum about the report and the final report.

WIB Newsletter

 Series — Box 96: [aspace.r.184.Box.96]
Identifier: GV044-02
Abstract News publication put out by the Women's Information Bureau covering local and campus news concerning issues, services, and activities pertaining to women. Formerly Women's Information Bureau Newsletter. April 1977-April 1982.

Women's Club activity files

Identifier: GV085-01
Abstract The Grand Valley Women's Club was an informal organization established to serve the interests of women in the Grand Valley community. The wife of the President, Nancy Lubbers, was the honorary President of the club. The goals of the group were to foster community, provide social opportunities, assist newcomers in becoming established, and sponser a student scholarship.The files document the activities of the club and its membership. They include programs for 1974, 1975, and 1976, schedules of ...

Women's Commission files

 Series — Box 57: [aspace.r.367.Box.57]
Identifier: GV183
Abstract The Women's Commission was created with the purpose to insure an environment that supports women at Grand Valley by identifying issues of concern to women, coordinate efforts to improve the campus for women, target specific issues to be addressed, and monitor their progress. They reported to the President and Board of Control. Collection contains the mission statement, reports, and other supplementary materials.


 Series — Box 81: [aspace.r.135.Box.81]
Identifier: GV028-35
Abstract Publication of creative and academic submissions by feminist student organization Sister.