Save the Date: 50 Years of Title IX Panel on March 15

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Chancellor's Commission on Women will present a virtual panel discussion on the theme "Fifty Years of Title IX" on Tuesday, March 15, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Panelists will discuss the impact of Title IX legislation on women's access to education and athletics in higher education from a historical perspective.

  • Shanita Pettaway — director of Title IX compliance and Title IX coordinator
  • Shannon McFarlin — Title IX deputy coordinator/investigator
  • Beverly Lewis — former associate vice chancellor and executive associate athletic director, director of women's athletics and track and cross country coach

The panel will be moderated by Laura Jacobs, vice chancellor for University Relations and chief of staff.

Register and post a question in advance.

About the Chancellor's Commission on Women: Founded in 2010, the Chancellor's Commission on Women is an advisory group charged with reviewing and monitoring policies, programs and issues to ensure that all women at the university are given the best possible opportunities for success within the institution and in their professional and college careers. Membership comprises both graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff who serve on staggered three-year appointments to ensure fresh and diverse points of view. The group collectively decides on issues to address each year, and relies on input from colleagues, students, and occasional surveys to gain a sense of the campus' interests and needs.

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