Ivonne Ramirez

Ivonne Ramirez was the former program associate for college and university relationships for AAUW. Ivonne managed the National Student Advisory Council program, AAUW student organizations, and Campus Action Project grants. She has a bachelor’s degree in Latin American history and Spanish from American University and a master’s degree in higher education from George Washington University. Her interests include sexual-violence prevention (including stalking and intimate partner violence), empowering student leaders on their campuses, feminism in sorority life, and spoiling her puppy, Bella, who is a sassy fashionista Pekingese.
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7 Ways Students Are Taking On Campus Sexual Assault

Across the country, college students are taking a stand against sexual assault. Here are some of their stories. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   1 Comments   |   May 22, 2014
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Vance Granville Community College’s Campus Action Project Grant: An Educated Woman, an Educated Future

A community college in a low-income North Carolina community is running workshops to help their nontraditional students (many of them women in their 40s) earn four-year degrees. Read more »

Take Back the Night at Concordia University Photo by Thien V., Flickr

10 Ways to Fight against Sexual Assault on Campus

The chance of a woman being sexual assaulted during college is about the same as her chance of catching the flu during an average year — except she can’t just take Nyquil and rest in bed for a few days. Here are some ways you can take action. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   6 Comments   |   April 09, 2014
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9 Fearless Feminists on Campus

We are excited to introduce you the members of the 2013–14 AAUW Student Advisory Council, and only one word can summarize them all: fearless. These college women have faced adversity, traveled the world to volunteer, provided their voices to the United Nations, witnessed history, empowered immigrant women, questioned their universities’ sexual violence policies, and shattered stereotypes. Read more »

Article   |   Campus   |   October 24, 2013

2008-09 CAP Team: Shenandoah University Flier

The Shenandoah University 2008-09 Campus Action Project team in Winchester, Virginia, addressed issues facing singles moms who want to attend college. One of their initiatives was hosting a fair for student parents and their children and this was their flier. Read more »

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2008-09 CAP Team: Shenandoah University Brochure

The Shenandoah University 2008-09 Campus Action Project Team in Winchester, Virginia, addressed issues facing singles moms who want to attend college. One of their initiatives was hosting an empowering minds, empowering mothers support group and this is the program brochure. Read more »

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2012-13 Campus Action Project Teams

9 AAUW Campus Action Project teams will have the opportunity to address the pay gap and student debt on their college campuses.
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Student Advisory Council 2007-08

Meet the students from diverse backgrounds and locations who advised AAUW in 2007-08 about student programs, work to improve equality for women on their campuses, and help lead various programs at the annual National Conference for College Women Student Leaders. Read more »

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