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AAUW college/university representatives are the liaisons between their institutions and AAUW. As your campus’s C/U representative, you have the opportunity to help faculty, staff, and students make the most of your school’s C/U partner membership. Read more »
Engaging your local AAUW college/university partners in branch activities leads to more diverse programming, growth, and community impact. This resource will help you build a relationship with the campus community. Read more »
States and branches connect with local colleges and universities in order to get involved in gender issues on campus, recruit new members, and raise visibility. This resource provides step by step guidance in communicating with local institutions. Read more »
C/U chairs serve as local links between AAUW, the on-campus C/U representative, and student leaders. Check out our resources designed to support your work. Read more »
As your state or branch’s college/university (C/U) chair, you help keep AAUW’s connection to more than 800 C/U partner members thriving. Read more »
You invested a lot of time at college leading an AAUW student organization. Have you thought about who will carry on your work? Read more »
Despite his low ratings from University of Iowa faculty, J. Bruce Harreld is set to earn more than the outgoing woman president. Read more »
Share these postcards at your recruitment events to show college students the unique leadership and advocacy opportunities that are available through AAUW. Read more »
AAUW has so much to offer the women — upwards of 4 million — who are relying on community colleges for higher education and workforce preparation. Learn how to effectively engage students and campus professionals at these institutions. Read more »
This newsletter keeps AAUW state and branch college/university (C/U) relations chairs, C/U representatives, and student affiliates informed about relevant campus engagement opportunities, including campus leadership programs, grant deadlines, research updates, and public policy initiatives.
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State and branch C/U relations chairs, C/U representatives, and student affiliates
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