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2017 Status of Women

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    Additional Research

    Mount Saint Mary’s is known nationally for its research on gender equity; the University also partners with groups across California to create local-level gendered research. Below are links to some of our recent collaborations:

    Interested in creating a Report on the Status of Women and Girls for your own community? Contact Kimberly Kenny, assistant vice president of institutional advancement: kkenny@msmu.edu or 213.477.2700.

     

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    Network, Learn, and Take Action!
    Join Mount Saint Mary’s University at our 6th Annual Report on the Status of Women and Girls in California™! The 2017 event will have a unique focus on health and wellness, and the public release of the report will showcase local and national leaders dedicated to ensuring the physical, mental and spiritual health of women and girls everywhere. 

    Date
    Thursday, March 23, 2017

    Time
    9 to 10 a.m. Networking Breakfast
    10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Program
    12:30 to 2:00 p.m. VIP Luncheon

    Location
    Skirball Cultural Center
    2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90049

    Registration


    Program & VIP Luncheon: $125.00
    This option includes parking, continental breakfast, program, and VIP Luncheon after the program.

    Program: $50.00
    Non-Profits & MSMU Alums: $25.00
    Non-MSMU Students: $15.00
    MSMU Faculty, Staff & Students: Complimentary
    These ticket options include parking, continental breakfast, and program only

    For more information and sponsorship opportunities, contact Heather Schraeder, director of special events and public programs, at hschraeder@msmu.edu or 213.477.2761.

    For media inquiries, contact Phillip Jordan, manager of communications and marketing, at pjordan@msmu.edu or 213.477.2506.

    Mount Saint Mary’s is committed to ensuring that women are afforded equal opportunities to engage in society. As a women’s university, we are uniquely positioned to create this type of publication, which is compiled annually by our faculty. We are honored that this research is used by community advocates, educators and legislators to effect change across California and beyond.

    To read the 2016 research, click on the download buttons, or view the content by topic below.

     
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