Through a variety of initiatives, task forces, groups, and organizations, we lift up and make space for diverse voices.
CEW+ Student Advisory Board
The CEW+ Student Advisory Board works to inform and advise CEW+ leadership on the challenges faced by students, with a focus on the unique needs of underserved, and underrepresented students.
Women of Color Task Force
Founded in 1979, WCTF provides professional development, networking, and training opportunities for U-M employees, with a focus on addressing the needs of women of color staff.
Women of Color in the Academy Project
WOCAP is a campus-wide faculty network at U-M, committed to highlighting the work of women of color scholars, promoting their development, creating a supportive and inclusive community, and advocating for institutional change on their behalf.
Twink Frey Visiting Social Activist Program
This program was created to bring social activists who work on gender equity issues to CEW+. Each visit is intended to give the selected activist time for reflection, research, and/or planning related to their area of activism.
Council for Nontraditional Students
COUNTS is a university-wide council comprised of faculty, staff, and students focused on supporting the success of underserved students through resource sharing, collaboration, and tracking emerging needs.
CEW+ Scholar Community
The CEW+ Scholar Community consists of current and past CEW+ scholarship recipients, and exists to support, inspire, & unleash the collective power of participating Scholars and Fellows to make a positive impact in their lives, in their communities, and in the world.
CEW+’s publications include research reports policy and advocacy papers, and resources for department chairs. The work of CEW+ researchers is supplemented by the research publications of our Visiting Scholars. All publications listed are downloadable.