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Meet the women of CACSW

Originally formed in the fall 2008, the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (CACSW) advises the chancellor on issues related to the status of women and promotes gender equity at UC Merced. The committee's charge:

Identifying and analyzing issues related to the status of women at UC Merced, including faculty, staff and students
Informing and educating campus community members about conditions that impact women within the university
Advising and making recommendations to the chancellor regarding policies and procedures that will improve conditions for women

Events and Happenings

Nov
02
We are now welcoming the campus community to join our monthly member meetings! We want to hear your concerns and suggestions about issues that affect...
Oct
05
We are now welcoming the campus community to join our monthly member meetings! We want to hear your concerns and suggestions about issues that affect...
Apr
27
Join us for our first Womxn in the Spotlight event with a Merced community leader, 99Rootz Director Crisantema Gallardo. Daughter of...

Featured News

UC Merced announced the expansion of the Merced Automatic Admission Program (MAAP) for students at Dinuba Unified School District (DUSD).
June 30, 2022

The University of California, Merced, continues to pave the way to success for local high school students. The campus announced the expansion of the Merced Automatic Admission Program (MAAP) for...

June 28, 2022

UC Merced continues to make history. The newest campus within the UC system has been ranked No. 25 in the 2022 Global Top 100 Most Innovative Universities by World's Universities with Real Impact (...

Professor Chuang and his students
June 27, 2022

Green energy solutions are critical to meet current and future power demands, and while solar and wind power are great, they are also site-specific and intermittent. That’s why researchers such as...

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