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Friends of the Center

It has been over 40 years since Title IX changed the face of higher education and gave women new opportunities. However, we still need to address the particular issues facing women and work toward the larger goal of acheiving equity for people of all gender identities. The Emily Taylor Center’s staff and Advisory Board meet regularly to examine current needs, issues and concerns and focus programming accordingly. In order to carry on our important programs, the Emily Taylor Center relies on the support of the Friends of the Center. The Center's Friends support our mission through contributions of time, talent, and generosity. 

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Becoming a Friend of the Center

Assisting the Center in its mission to enhance the college experience for KU women and combat gender inequity is easy. You can securely donate to any of the Center's initiatives online by clicking the button below, or you can contact the Center directly. If you would like to become more involved in the Center's activities and programs by volunteering please contact the Center director, Kathy Rose-Mockry, either by email at krosemockry@ku.edu or by phone at 785-864-3552.

Friend of the Center Benefits

As a Friend of the Center you will receive our e-newsletter, be notified in advance of upcoming programs, and invited to dine with the many honored guests that the Center hosts throughout the year. Your support will assist the Center in continuing recognition programs such as the KU Women’s Hall of Fame and our Annual Recognition Program as well as many of our other services and programs.

Denise Sekaquaptewa Program

Dr. Denise Sekaquaptewa
Stereotyping, Implicit Bias, and the Experiences of Women and Underrepresented Minorities in STEM Fields
October 8, 12 – 1:30 PM
Sign up to attend presentation here

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