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We are listening: What would you do to change CSU?

May 22, 2014

Ripple Effect hosts listening sessions.

What would you do to make CSU the best place in the world to work if you are a woman?

Join the Ripple Effect at an informal listening session and share your ideas and feedback, and come learn about current projects that the Ripple Effect is tackling. Sessions will provide opportunities for verbal discussion and confidential, written feedback.

Two sessions are planned:
- 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, May 28, LSC 220, or
- 1:30-2:30 p.m. Thursday May 29, in LSC 230.

Current projects are outlined in the Ripple Effect summary report. Ideas for new initiatives are welcome at the listening sessions.

Call Lorie Smith with questions at (970) 491-7259 or email her at lorie.smith@colostate.edu.
 

About the Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect was launched after President Tony Frank charged Amy Parsons, vice president for university operations, with leading an effort to make CSU just that – the best place for women to work and learn. The project seeks comments from women and men across the campus community about what changes can be made at CSU to reach that goal. To become part of the conversation, visit http://rippleeffect.colostate.edu/.

 


Contact: Lorie Smith
E-mail: lorie.smith@colostate.edu