Subject Source: Lcsh: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 281 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Women seeking solutions to problems of sexual harassment, violence, homophobia, and childcare at the University.
Abstract Started in 1949 and was one of the earliest such programs in the United States. Arrangement Contents History in Box 1. Administrative Files in Boxes 1-18. Curriculum in Boxes 18-26. Students in Boxes 26-31. Alumni in Boxes 31-32. Dental Hygiene Profession in Boxes 32-43. Photographs in Boxes 44-49. Theses in Box 48. Artifacts in Boxes 50 and 51. Audiocassettes Jerome Lysaught, "Implications of...
Dates: 1913-2005; 1953-1995
Abstract The department was established in 1924 and was a pioneer in the development of graduate study and professional training. The department existed until 2010 under a variety of names and organizations.
Abstract Program established in 1994 to expand and improve educational and professional opportunities for women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and provide support for students in these fields.
Dates: 1992-2012; Other: Date acquired: 2010-09-08
Collection — Folder 1
Collection — Floor 1
Abstract Oral histories with Iowa farm women conducted as part of the Rural Women's Project of the Iowa Women's Archives.
Dates: 2000-2001; Other: Date acquired: 20000000
Abstract Organization dedicated to legislative and educational efforts to prevent juvenile delinquency and support woman's suffrage.
Abstract Women Aware, Inc. is a non-profit organization located in Sioux City, Iowa, which was started in 1979. Its primary focus is on displaced homemakers and single parent homemakers, providing advocacy, education, information, counseling, referral and support.
Abstract Organization connecting women with progressive approaches to agriculture.
Abstract Lutheran Seminary in Dubuque which began admitting women in 1970.
Abstract Members of the Des Moines chapter of WILPF studied government policy on nuclear testing, the draft , the war in Vietnam, and the arms race.Â They held informational rallies and demonstrations and maintained a vigorous letter-writing campaign.