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What AAUW Stands For

Forty-eight years of membership have exposed me to strong and interesting women and even provided paths to discover latent strengths within me. To me, AAUW has never been just a club. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   April 08, 2014
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How to Negotiate Your Salary

Negotiating a salary can be intimidating, but it’s critical for future raises and retirement. Here are five tips to get you started. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   1 Comments   |   April 07, 2014
Program participants hold an AAUW banner that reads “AAUW Widows Education and Access to Legal/Human Rights in Cameroon.”

3 Women-Led Projects Making Major Social Impact

On International Women’s Day, organizations around the world celebrate women’s equality successes and issues. But for 365 days of the year, AAUW’s International Project Grantees are advancing women’s equality by […] Read more »

Eva stands on a stage at a podium.

Speak Up but Stay Grounded: How My Mentor Taught Me to Survive in the Workplace

I met my mentor Marla on a Girl Scouts board. Since then, Marla has taught me about success, paying it forward, and staying grounded on my pre-law path at Harvard. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   1 Comments   |   February 10, 2014
Barnard President Debora Spar stands smiling with Jamia Wilson.

Are Young Women Carrying the Mantle of Feminism?

How is feminism different today? Do young women want to be feminists, or not? These are complicated questions, without easy answers. Because young women, of course, don’t speak with a single voice or share a common attitude. Some are quick to embrace the term feminist. Others despise it. Read more »

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What We Did in 2013: A Message from AAUW’s President

My first six months as your national president have renewed my appreciation for the sheer volume of the important work that goes on in our branches and states, among our national members, on our college/university partner member campuses, as well as in Washington, D.C. As this remarkable year comes to a close, I want to thank you on behalf of our national board for all you do to support women and girls. Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   December 17, 2013
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The 5 Top Keys to Marketing Your Branch

Exercise is good for you, and people like to donate to causes they believe in. These twin maxims spurred the AAUW Morgan Hill (CA) Branch to sponsor an annual walk-run […] Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   October 18, 2013

Tech Savvy Conference Program Book

Review the 2013 conference program book to learn more about the conference and use it as a resource to prepare a Tech Savvy application. Read more »

  |   , ,   |   September 30, 2013
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Gender Equity at Harvard Business School: An AAUW Fellow Responds

As the dust settles from Jodi Kantor’s New York Times article “Harvard Business School Case Study: Gender Equity,” the internal conversations continue. Kantor has done her homework and, to a certain extent, everything she writes rings true. The problem is that, while the article undeniably represents some students’ realities, it does not present the “other side of the story.” Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   September 18, 2013
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Engineer Took All the Right Steps But Still Didn’t Receive Fair Pay

I was a divorced mother of two when I began pursuing an engineering degree in 1982. I had to overcome many obstacles such as an overwhelming male majority in the field, time management constraints, child care dilemmas, and finding a balance between motherhood and being a student. However, there was one obstacle I couldn’t overcome — pay inequity. Read more »