RIT Women's Caucus records
Scope and Contents
The RIT Women's Caucus records contain materials related to the organization. The collection consists of newsletters, outlines of caucus goals, and secretarial club correspondence. Also included are meeting minutes, announcements, notes and agendas.
- Creation: circa 1973
- Rochester Institute of Technology. Women's Caucus (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
The RIT Women's Caucus formally began February 13, 1973. Sixty women who represented staff, faculty and students met to determine goals and priorities for women at RIT. Three sub-committees were formed: Grievance, Personnel, and Psychological Climate. A Steering Committee was formed to handle organizational matters. The main goal of the caucus was to make the RIT community more aware of the problems and concerns facing women.
4 Folder(s) (Collection consists of 4 folders.)
Various records, correspondence, meeting minutes, announcements and newsletters related to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Women’s Caucus.
The materials are arranged by subject and chronologically within each folder.
Finding aid created by Emily Sinicropi in August 2012.
- RIT Women's Caucus records
- RIT Archives
- Emily Sinicropi
- 30 August 2012
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