The UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women was established Feb. 15, 1972, to explore conditions and attitudes within the university relating to the mobility and functional equality of women, and to encourage movement toward the goal of full participation of women.
Forty years later, the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women continues in its mission to create equal educational and employment opportunities for all UNH women by promoting an environment free of sexism and discrimination, through policy, advocacy and education.
Want to know more about today's Women's Commission? Read the Annual Report
View the University of New Hampshire's Prevention Innovations Research Center video for the 2015 C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship Award. Learn more about Prevention Innovations Research Center. (Video provided by Prevention Innovations)
This group is for working parents within the UNH community to foster connections, share advice, and provide resources for busy working families. There is also a social media version on the network which provides a digital forum. The launch of the network is an initiative supported by the UNH ADVANCE program's Career Life Balance Committee. There are no membership fees to join. Click here to find out more information on Big Tent
2017 Women's Commission Annual Celebration Luncheon
Wed, Mar 29, 12:00-1:15pm
MUB, Strafford Rm.
The annual awards will celebrate outstanding work from students, staff, faculty and groups in promoting the status of Women. Students in the Celebrate 150 Academic Series course will present "The Fruit of the Struggle" including selected moments in UNH history and recounting the journey in making UNH a more welcoming community for women.