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Title IX And Wayne State Athletics

WSU's Athletics Chief of Staff came in to do research on Title IX at WSU. I did preliminary research before meeting with her and pulled some sources for her to look at. I then met with her and we discussed the research and I showed her how to do research on our site. She then went to the Reading Room and looked at some of the relevant content. Text of the interaction is attached.
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Connection On Title IX At Wayne State
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Theresa Arist

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October 26, 2017, 2:50 PM
Alison Stankrauff;
Ray Anthony Jeroso
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Thanks Alison for connecting me with Ray, and it was a pleasure meeting with you today!

Ray – I look forward to meeting with you. I would love to hear about your research. My goal is to better understand WSU and Title IX, and specifically our story regarding women who competed in sports, especially pre-Title IX. I look forward to connecting with you.

Theresa


Theresa (Berg) Arist
Athletics Chief of Staff
Wayne State University
Office: 313.577.4282
Fax: 313.577.5996
wsuathletics.com


Connection On Title IX At Wayne State
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Alison Stankrauff

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October 26, 2017, 1:34 PM
Theresa Arist;
Ray Anthony Jeroso
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Hi Theresa and Ray -

Theresa - first - thanks so very much for meeting with me today! I'm hoping that your research in the Reading Room here at the Reuther was fruitful and that I gave a bit of insight too.

And:
Theresa, meet Ray - Ray, meet Theresa.
Ray, Theresa is Athletics Chief of Staff here at Wayne State.

When I met with Theresa today I talked about the research that you have done on Title IX here at WSU.

Might you have any insight for her?

She's doing research on how Title IX did - or didn't - roll out at Wayne State.

Thanks!

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
Walter Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027

Meeting
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Theresa Arist

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October 24, 2017, 3:31 PM
Alison Stankrauff
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Perfect. See you Friday at 10 am at Reuther.

Meeting
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Alison Stankrauff

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October 24, 2017, 3:28 PM
You forwarded this message on 10/24/2017 2:49 PM
Wonderful!

Let's figure on 10:00 a.m.

Feel free to let the student worker at the desk in the entrance know you're here and I'll come down and meet you.

I look forward!

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
Walter Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027
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Theresa Arist

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October 24, 2017, 3:25 PM
Alison Stankrauff
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Awesome!! Friday morning is perfect. Name the time and I’ll be there J

Theresa
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Alison Stankrauff

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October 24, 2017, 3:09 PM
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Thanks Theresa!

I'm really glad to be at Wayne State!
It's a homecoming for me - I graduated from here in 2002 - working at the Reuther Archives as a student worker.
I love it here, and am happy to serve the campus I feel gave me my career!

Would meeting some time this Friday in the morning work for you?

I would love to talk with you on your work on Title IX and also your participation in a Sesquicentennial panel!

Best,

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
Walter Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027
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Theresa Arist

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October 24, 2017, 1:32 PM
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Hi Alison,

Welcome to WSU! I look forward to meeting you and working with you. Please let me know when is a good time for me to come to your office.

Theresa

Theresa (Berg) Arist
Athletics Chief of Staff
Wayne State University
Office: 313.577.4282
Fax: 313.577.5996
wsuathletics.com


Re: Follow up on Title IX questions
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Kathleen Schmeling

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October 24, 2017, 2:13 PM
Erik Nordberg;
Alison Stankrauff
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President's Commission on the Status of Women Records, http://reuther.wayne.edu/files/WSR000757.pdf - search the finding aid for Title IX

I would check the bound Faculty Newsletter for the 1971-1972 and also the other bound WSU publication located right below them in the RR.

FW: Follow up on Title IX questions
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Erik Nordberg

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October 24, 2017, 1:29 PM
Alison Stankrauff;
Kathleen Schmeling
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Hi Kathy:

I should have thought to loop you on the original message!

Perhaps you can share to Alison whatever you may have shared to Theresa about this before.

Mea culpa for not including you sooner!

Thanks,
Erik

RE: Follow up on Title IX questions
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Theresa Arist

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October 24, 2017, 1:25 PM
Erik Nordberg;
Alison Stankrauff;
Elizabeth Clemens
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Hi Erik,

Thank you for following up with me. After our conversation last week, I did some digging and realized that Kathleen Schmeling did provide us information. However, I’m not sure if we reviewed all the boxes she mentioned when we went to the Ruether. I will follow-up with Alison and look forward to working with her to determine a “game plan” because I could use some direction. I will also reach out to Elizabeth at some point as well. Your help is appreciated.

All the best,
Theresa


Theresa (Berg) Arist
Athletics Chief of Staff
Wayne State University
Office: 313.577.4282
Fax: 313.577.5996
wsuathletics.com




Follow up on Title IX questions
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Erik Nordberg

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October 24, 2017, 12:12 PM
Theresa Arist;
Alison Stankrauff;
Elizabeth Clemens
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Hi Theresa:

I wanted to make sure to touch base following our conversation at the last WSU 150 meeting.
Your interest generally in women’s athletics on campus, and specifically about Title IX, may be represented to varying degrees in our collections. I can suggest two people you may want to reach out to:
Alison Stankrauff alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu is our newly-minted University Archivist, and Elizabeth Clemens elizabeth.clemens@wayne.edu, one of audiovisual archivists who is the most knowledgeable about our photographic collections.

I’m copying them both here, but would suggest that you provide them a bit of information on what you might be after. It sounded like you were more than willing to schedule a visit to look at materials, and they can walk you through these access processes.

Best,
Erik


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