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Chief of University Police at Women at Noon

March 29, 2011

Career planning should not be about gender stereotyping. Women are still under-represented in technology, science, and other fields, which typically pay well. Come hear the University's police chief, Wendy Rich-Goldschmidt, talk about how we can support the dreams of younger women as they consider potential careers in diverse work environments.

Wendy Rich-Goldschmidt was named chief of the Colorado State University Police Department in 2009 after an extensive search.Wednesday, March 30
Lory Student Center
Room 220-222

Women in non-traditional careers

Chief Wendy Rich-Goldschmidt will present during a Women @ Noon session titled, "When the stars are not enough," on Wednesday, March 30 at noon in the Lory Student Center, Room 220-222.

Have you ever wondered how women end up in non-traditional careers or why are some women are drawn to work in male-dominated fields?

'Catching the moon'

We’ll explore these questions and discuss how you can identify and support the dreams of younger women as they consider their potential in diverse work environments.

Join us for an informative session presented by Chief of University Police, Wendy Rich-Goldschmidt. 

Contact: Cynarra Tweed
Phone: 970-491-6384