November 2022 Newsletter

Colleagues,

I have a number of Utah Women & Leadership Project (UWLP) announcements for November:

First, we are pleased to announce the release of a new research and policy brief titled “Understanding the Gender Gap in Utah Higher Education: Qualitative Findings” (with Dr. Sojung Lim, Claudia Méndez Wright, and Dr. Emily S. Darowski). Additionally, we released a research and policy brief a few weeks ago titled “Perceptions of Higher Education: Gender Differences in Utah Secondary School Students” (with Carlee Dynes and Dr. Emily S. Darowski). Thanks to everyone involved in these publications.

Second, we have three free events coming up (RSVP online):

  1. Hacks to Help Women Maximize Income and Minimize Expenses (Workshop with Vincenza Vicari-Bentley: Nov. 9, Noon-1:00pm; Virtual)
  2. UWLP Book Club: How Women Rise By Sally Helgesen & Marshall Goldsmith (Second session: Nov. 10, 12:00pm-1:00pm or 7:30pm-8:30pm; Virtual)
  3. Biases, Barriers, & Barricades for Utah Women: A Solutions-Based Workshop (Partners Workshop, The Policy Project: Nov. 15, 12:00pm-2:00pm; Sandy, UT)

Third, we have a few resources to highlight this month:

Fourth, the UWLP is partnering with the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity, the Governor’s One Utah Roadmap efforts, and the Women’s Business Center of Utah on the new “Inspire In Utah” campaign, which is an initiative to help support women entrepreneurs and women in the workplace at every level. As part of this campaign, “100 Companies Championing Women” focuses on recognizing and highlighting the stories of 100 Utah companies that offer family-friendly policies and practices, as well as women-specific initiatives known to impact the recruiting, hiring, retaining, and advancing of women employees, managers, and leaders. If you feel like your company is doing well on these things, please let your HR department know about this opportunity!

Fifth, here are some of our partners’ upcoming events:

Finally, check out some key articles and media published this past month:

Join us on the UWLP social media platforms: LinkedInFacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube. See the community calendar as well. Email uwlp@usu.edu to let us know you want to receive these updates to your own inbox if you received a forwarded email.

Enjoy November!

Susan

Prof./Dr. Susan R. MadsenInaugural Karen Haight Huntsman Endowed Professor of LeadershipDirector, Utah Women & Leadership ProjectJon M. Huntsman School of BusinessUtah State University

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November 2022 Newsletter

The November 2022 Newsletter for the Utah Women & Leadership Project highlights new resources released, editorials, and announcements about women's groups and partnerships.