Today, women can set their sights on attending almost any college or university to pursue a field of study that suits their interests. Yet the very institutions that are educating more women than ever before still lack female leadership.
Career and success writer Bud Bilanich argues that to create positive personal impact, as Ithaca College president emerita Peggy Williams has done, you need to do three things that a more conservative leader might not.
President Peggy R. Williams announced, shortly after marking her 10th anniversary in the position, that she would retire at the end of the 2007 academic year. This ICView cover story recalls many of her finest accomplishments.
President Williams comments on the U.S. Supreme Court decisions handed down June 23, 2003, concerning affirmative-action programs at the University of Michigan.
President Williams takes a look back at her first half-decade at Ithaca and a look forward to the next in the Ithaca College Quarterly, 2002/no. 4.
The June 24, 2002, edition of USA Today contains this essay from President Williams about the benefits of Title IX beyond sports in the feature "Title IX, 30 Years Later."
President Williams responds in the July 2001 online edition of Ed. magazine to a Harvard article regarding the nature of contemporary leadership at the nation's colleges and universities.
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Reflections on Retirement - 2008/no. 1 issue
Worldwide Web of Learning - 2007/no. 1 issue
Good Neighbors - 2006/no. 4 issue
Good News and an Invitation - 2006/no. 3 issue
Shaping a Life - 2006/no. 2 issue
Growing by Degrees - 2006/no. 1 issue
The Giving Season - 2005/no. 4 issue
Responding to Disaster - 2005/no. 3 issue
Erasing the Hate - 2005/no. 2 issue
The Benefits of Athletics - 2005/no. 1 issue
The Ithaca Education Model - 2004/no. 4 issue
U.S. Future Is in Your Hands - 2004/no. 3 issue