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Commission on the Status of Women seeks applicants

The President’s Commission on the Status of Women is currently seeking applications or nominations to fill nine open positions for 2005-2007 and seven open positions for 2005-2006.

In part, the commission is charged with gathering data and making policy recommendations regarding matters pertaining to all women students and employees of the university.

More information about this Presidential Commission and the application/nomination form can be found at

Openings beginning July 1 include the following positions: 1 administrative professional, 1 faculty, 1 classified staff, 1 WSU Spokane, 1 WSU Tri-Cities, 2 graduate students, 2 undergraduate students, and 7 at-large.

Anyone interested in becoming a member should complete the application/nomination form and send or e-mail it to Deborah Bartlett, CSW Membership Committee, Procedures and Forms, Pullman, WA 99164-1225.

Screening of applications will begin April 26. Questions should be directed to Deborah Bartlett at, or 335-2005.

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