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Call for Nominations | 2015 Awards

Nominations accepted February 2nd-16th; nomination deadline is 4:00 pm on Monday, February 16th

The Coordinating Council of the University Advocates for Women and Equity is accepting nominations for the Sister Pat Kowalski Women’s Leadership Award, the Good Sister Award, the Pauline Lambert Advocacy Award, and the Sapientia Award for Scholarly or Creative Work Focused on Women. The deadline for nominations is 4:00 p.m. on Monday, February 16th.

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2015 Employee Benefits & Services Fair

March 2, 11:30 - 1:15 pm, St. Paul Campus and March 3, 11:30 - 1:15 pm, Mpls Campus

HR-Benefits invites faculty and staff to attend the 2015 Employee Benefits & Services Fair, March 2 and 3. This annual fair is an opportunity to learn more about employee benefits and services, meet UST vendors, and talk with members of the Wellness Committee about St. Thomas’ Vitality Wellness Program.

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Work-Family Balance Panel

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Work life and family life – can you have it all, or does something have to give? What are the main stressors, and are there some tips that can help? Join us on Tuesday, March 3 for a panel on Work-Family Balance.

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Our Mission:

University Advocates for Women and Equity exists to address issues of the climate for women students, faculty, and staff at the University of St. Thomas. Resources, activities, and programs sponsored by UAWE focus on educating and reaching out to the University as a whole, women and men. UAWE’s mission focuses particularly on support and advocacy for women. UAWE members receive email communication through a designated distribution list, are involved in activities and programs of interest sponsored by the UAWE, and are eligible for nomination to the Coordinating Council.


Contact us:

If you would like to contact the UAWE with any questions or concerns, email us at uawe@stthomas.edu

In the myth of the Phoenix, known in many cultures, the large bird dies on a funeral pyre, only to have new life rise from its ashes. It is here a symbol of the strength of women overcoming adversity.

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