Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women

UToledo Council on the Status of Women

Faculty, staff and students working together to advance women and promote equity at The University of Toledo through advocacy, data collection, and policy change.

Council members meet once a quarter as a full council to address issues impacting women on campus. Council task forces meet throughout the year to collect data, analyze policies, and prepare the annual council report.

Council Membership

The Council is made up of 27 members representing a wide range of campus stakeholders. 13 members are selected through an open application process to serve a two-year term with the possibility of renewal for one term and the opportunity to reapply after taking a break for one term. Student council members will serve a one-year term with the possibility of renewal for one term and the opportunity to reapply after taking a break for one term.

The Council also includes the following 14 Ex Officio members to ensure diverse representation:

  • Eberly Center for Women Director or designated representative
  • Chief HR Officer or designated representative
  • Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs or designated representative
  • Faculty Senate representative
  • Professional Staff Association Chair or designated representative
  • AAUP representative
  • AFSCME/CWA representative
  • Student Government representative
  • Graduate Student Association representative
  • Chair of Women's and Gender Studies or designated representative
  • Chair of Association of Black Faculty and Staff or designated representative
  • Chair of Latino Faculty and Staff representative or designated representative
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion Disability Liaison
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion LGBTQA+ Liaison

membership Qualifications

  • Must be committed to advocating for ALL women regardless of gender expression, race, sexuality, religion, rank, ability, immigration status, and any other identity marker.
  • Must be committed to serving the council by attending regular meetings and participating in task forces and subcommittees for the duration of their term.
  • Must be committed to collaborating with diverse campus stakeholders and advocating for a diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus.

Application Process

The Eberly Center for Women is accepting applications for the 2021-2022 Council cycle until February 1, 2021.

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Last Updated: 11/4/20