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Women Faculty

Women Faculty SIG 

Leadership

Melissa S. Medina (The University of Oklahoma) Chair
Andrea S. Franks (The University of Tennessee) Chair-elect
Michelle R. Easton (University of Charleston) Immediate Past Chair
Elena M. Umland (Thomas Jefferson University) Secretary

Mission Statement

The mission of the Women Faculty SIG is to identify issues of importance to women faculty and assist the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in responding to them.

The objectives of the Women Faculty SIG are as follows:

  1. Support the recruitment, retention and advancement of women in academic careers;
  2. Cultivate leadership of women faculty within the Association and affiliate institutions;
  3. Facilitate networking among women faculty; and
  4. Identify and bring to the Association's attention issues of importance to, and from the perspective of, women faculty.

    Standing Rules of Procedure

     Documents

    Committee ReportsFolder: Committee Reports
    Meeting Agendas and MinutesFolder: Meeting Agendas and Minutes
    MiscFolder: Misc
    Special Projects and InformationFolder: Special Projects and Information
    2010 Womens SIG Standing Rules of Prodecure2010 Womens SIG Standing Rules of Prodecure.pdf
    2013 History of Women Faculty SIG Chairs2013 History of Women Faculty SIG Chairs.pdf
    2014 AACP Women's SIG Strengths2014 AACP Women's SIG Strengths.pdf
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