Educate to Empower. Engage To Change.

The Women & Gender Collaborative connects and promotes campus efforts that support the University’s mission to improve the campus culture and climate around gender and make CSU the best place for women to work and learn.

Featured Initiatives

Interested in getting involved?
The Women & Gender Collaborative is seeking involvement from diverse and committed CSU employees who are passionate about advancing gender equity and eager to enhance professional growth and learning for themselves and others.
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Women & Gender Collaborative Committees
The Women & Gender Collaborative oversees several campus committees and task forces that inform campus policy and programming.
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Feminist Fight Club for Men at CSU
Feminist Fight Club at CSU is expanding!

Monthly FFC for Men meetings will begin in January.
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CSU Gender Summit
The Gender Summit provides critical connections for those working on, or interested, in promoting gender equity at CSU.

SAVE THE DATE: March 11th & 12th, 2019
Lory Student Center
North Ballroom
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2016 Employee Campus Climate Survey: Intersectional Takeaways
When taken together, gender and race reveal different perceptions and experiences among employees at CSU. Read the report here.
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The Women & Gender Collaborative is now a part of the Office of the Vice President for Diversity!

First university collaboration with Feminist Fight Club to challenge subtle sexism on campus with shared language and shared resources.  

Panel sessions featuring women leaders from across campus to share experience, insight, and institutional knowledge.

Writing sessions and writing retreats for women faculty to increase writing productivity in collaboration with CSU Writes.

Program for men across campus to understand their roles and responsibilities for advancing a culture and climate of gender equity.

Core Collaborators

The Women & Gender Collaborative convenes and facilitates collaborations with other Core Collaborators,
constituting eight campus groups that work on issues related to women and gender. 

Proudly Supported By

First National Bank