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ROSIE REVISITED

Women and Manufacturing in the 21st Century

October 20, 2014 - Madison, WI

Rosie Revisited Symposium Web Page

In the News

FAST FACTS Women & Manufacturing in Wisconsin

Women Can Move Wisconsin Manufacturing Forward
Wisconsin State Journal, Oct 12, 2014

WI Manufacturing Month 2014 Proclamation

Manufacturing as a Home for Women
Manufacturing Quarterly, Sept 5, 2014

Why Women Leave Careers in Engineering
Aug 13, 2014 - featuring research by Dr. Nadya Fouad, UW-Milwaukee


 


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commission on the status of women and girls.

With a broad mandate, the agency's program agenda is set by a 15-member Women's Council appointed by the Governor and Legislative Leaders. The 2013-2014 agenda is focused on:

For more information on the board, mission and history of the Council,
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Status of Women

FAST FACTS on the Status of Women

New Infographic:  Struggline to Reach the Finish Line
Many women start post-secondary education but do not earn a degree.

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2016 Governor's Trailblazer Awards 

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2014 Trailblazers

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