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Women’s Week 2023: Making Public Policy Personal

This story was originally published on @TheU.

By Matilyn Mortensen - communications specialist, University of Utah communications

The University of Utah’s annual Women’s Week kicks off this week with a theme of “Making Public Policy Personal.”

Throughout the week, a series of events organized by the Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in partnership with various campus organizations will investigate the ways public policy becomes personal and what that means for us as members of a diverse democracy.

A few of next week’s highlights include:

Women’s Week is part of Women’s History Month. Educators in Santa Rosa, California, celebrated the first Women’s History Week in March 1978 to increase awareness of women’s contributions to society. International Women’s Day is March 8.

A full list of events can be found on the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion website.

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