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A Time of Giving

AAUW member Krys Wulff shares her insights on the origins of the giving spirit and why it’s so important. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   December 15, 2014
Tech Trek Florida

How Do We Bridge the Gender Gap in Science? Women in STEM Lead the Charge

At Tech Trek, girls learn that if they want to pursue studies and a career in STEM, they can. There is nothing to stop them from succeeding. Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   December 12, 2014
AAUW delegation to Poland poses below a sculpture of Marie Curie at the Radium Institute in Warsaw.

The Lasting Legacy of One Gram of Radium

An AAUW delegation to Poland followed in the footsteps of Marie Curie to celebrate the achievements of the Polish-born scientist and to discuss the future for women studying technical fields there. Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   December 05, 2014
Allyson Carpenter being sworn in as the youngest elected official in Washington, D.C., history

Advice to Women Candidates from D.C.’s Youngest Elected Official

When Allyson Carpenter first stepped onto Howard University’s campus as a freshman, she was too scared to think of running for elected office. But she quickly became unhappy about certain […] Read more »

Article   |   Leadership   |   December 03, 2014
Maureen Evans Arthurs (left) and AAUW staff rallied at the Supreme Court for fair pay.

5 Ways You Can Cut Back to Give Back This Season

I owe a lot to AAUW. Here are some ways I plan to cut back this giving season so that I can return the favor. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 24, 2014
Rep. Patsy Mink (D-HI) was a driving force behind Title IX.

Title IX: Looking Back, Moving Forward

After Title IX was signed into law in 1972, activist Bernice Sandler says that many of the most blatant forms of discrimination against women disappeared within a few years. But despite reaping Title IX’s rewards for the past four decades, Americans are finding that even this landmark law isn’t enough. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   1 Comments   |   November 24, 2014
Elsebet Kieler

The Courage of Elsebet Kieler, Holocaust Resistance Fighter

Elsebet Kieler helped raise funds to transport hundreds of Jewish people to safety as part of the Nazi resistance movement in Denmark. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 05, 2014
Twenty-four states have never elected a woman governor.

10 Stats on Women’s Equality That Might Be Scarier than Halloween

‘Tis the season to be scared. From horror films and costumes to jack-o’-lanterns and ghost stories, Halloween is never short on surprises. But while the holiday celebrates the spooky, every […] Read more »

AAUW Career Development Grantee Nnenna Agba

For Nigerian Girls, Education Is the Key That Opens Doors to Progress

Raised in Nigeria, AAUW grantee Nnenna Agba gained popularity when she went on the widely watched television show America’s Next Top Model. She holds degrees in chemistry and urban affairs, and she is the face of an NGO that provides Nigerian girls with scholarships. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   1 Comments   |   August 28, 2014
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Can I Use This Photo? What You Need to Know for Your Brochures and Newsletters

You do great work. Shouldn’t you show it off? Showcasing fun, interesting, and high-quality photos in your brochures and newsletters can go a long way toward promoting AAUW in your local community. Read more »

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