The institute was designed "specifically to provide work and study which would better inform and sensitize the faculty to areas of major change affecting man-woman relations and to women's situation regarding education, employment, etc..."
At the workshop, information was collected through questionnaires distributed to faculty members. They were asked to list the approach or changes in content, methodology, concepts, or class activities which reflected an awareness of women students' needs. The information was orally presented later at the workshop and was included in the published workshop summary notes.
Below is a letter of invitation to the workshop that was sent to to faculty by Sister Bernarda Handrup, then Academic Dean.
There was a very full schedule for the two-day workshop as shown on the two pages below.
These two pages are from the workshop summary. A link to the full summary is below them.
Workshop Summary Notes, page 1
Workshop Summary Notes, page 2