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The record group contains administrative material (memoranda), information on how to develop an office of this nature (fundraising techniques), and information that was used to develop curriculum/programs to be administered by the WIC office. Also, information on various subjects including women in various occupations, career development, and specific syllabi for Women's Studies courses, how women are portrayed/treated in educational settings, general information concerning women in the political sphere, sports, women's health issues, and a broad range of social issues concerning women. There are also program information sent out by other universities and colleges including pamphlets, newsletters, information on how a particular school has addressed the inclusion of women in their curriculum. There are recordings of various lectures including the WIC brown bag lunch series and information on both the National Women's Studies Association and UMaine’s President’s Council on Women Records.
Education, Race and Gender
Size of Collection
15 boxes (15.0 linear feet), 4 cassette size boxes & 2 half size boxes
Dates of Collection
1911-2011, bulk 1970-2011
UA RG 0006.003.025
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "WIC (Women in the Curriculum) Program Records, 1911-2011" (2017). Finding Aids. Number 40.