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 Child Care Blocks

PCSW has formed a committee to examine child care at MTSU.  The campus community was invited to discuss child care at a forum held on February 6, 2014,  We are still accepting comments at pcsw@mtsu.edu.  Students in Dr. Leigh Anne Clark's "Not-for-Profit Management" class examined the issue and presented their findings to President McPhee and the PCSW at the end of April 2014.  The committee continues to meet and is working on a few goals from an executive implementation plan presented to President McPhee in the summer of 2014.

Written report and Powerpoint presentation of
"A Matter of Student Success: Child Care for MTSU Students, Faculty, and Staff"
delivered to President McPhee and to the President's Commission on the Status of Women on April 29, 2014:

Book Presentations 

In the fall of 2014, PCSW presented books and other materials to the Women's and Gender Studies Program and to Counseling Services.

WGST

PCSW members present books to Women's and Gender Studies.  Standing left to right: Ida Fadzillah, Samantha Cantrell, Meredith Huey Dye, Leah Tolbert Lyons, Newtona (Tina) Johnson.


Counseling Services

PCSW members present materials to Counseling Services.  Standing left to right: Leah Tolbert Lyons, Meredith Huey Dye, Samantha Cantrell, Jane Tipps, Gail Fedak.


In the fall of 2013, PCSW presented books to the Women's and Gender Studies Program and to the Learning, Teaching, and Innovative Technologies Center.

PCSW members present ten books to Women's and Gender Studies

PCSW members present books to WGST.  Standing left to right: Leah Lyons (PCSW), Meredith Huey Dye (PCSW), Gail Fedak (PCSW), Ida Fadzillah (WGST), Marie Harrell (WGST); kneeling: Samantha Cantrell (PCSW)

ltanditc

PCSW Chair Samantha Cantrell presents a book to LT&ITC Director Tom Brinthaupt.

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