Professional Office Personnel in Dayton

Professional Office Personnel in Dayton



Caroline Anne Cochran, Emily V. Quick, Delaney Strzyz


This poster reflects research conducted as part of a course project designed to give students experience in the research process. Course: HRS 200



Our topic is a HRS200 Project on advocacy work that has been done at the school through an organization called The Professional Office Personnel. Our team’s research focus is looking at how secretarial staff at the University of Dayton worked through an organization called POP to advocate for their working condition rights. The presentation will highlight research we have completed for HRS200 in the University Archive files. This will reflect Human rights issues here at the University such as gender equality and ones put forth by UDHR article 23. Research is important to the team and course because it allows us to build knowledge and apply what we have learned in class for advocacy of these issues. Researching POP can help us to spread awareness about gender equality and the workplace conditions that need to be addressed/changed and how they succeeded in doing so.

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Course Project

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Caroline Anne Waldron

Primary Advisor's Department



Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences

Professional Office Personnel in Dayton