Work by Elizabeth Bolton
Are you biased against women leaders? It turns out, most people still associate leadership with men more strongly than they do with women. Read more »
September 8 marks Native American women’s equal pay day, the day that the wages of American Indian and Alaska Native women catch up to the money white men earned last year. (It took about nine months, if you’re counting.) Read more »
This summer, AAUW was honored by two major associations for our outstanding communications. Read more »
In a world where the qualities of leadership are most often defined by men, how do we encourage more women to dare to become leaders? Read more »
The report and its corresponding videos offer the perfect mission-based topic for a branch meeting or an opportunity to reach out and engage with the community, raising awareness and recruiting new members as you do so.
Video length: Two videos included.
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We all know stereotypes are bad, but biases can be more ingrained — and dangerous — than we realize. So what do we do to combat our biased brains? Read more »
Follow these five steps to increase visibility for AAUW and spread the word about AAUW’s work. Read more »
This fall AAUW, with support from Pantene, will empower college women to stand up and fight back against the biases and stereotypes that continue to hold everyone back with the AAUW Campus Action Project (CAP) grants, sponsored by Pantene. Read more »
For those of us who aren’t lucky enough to “just know,” how is a person to decide if he or she wants to have a child? I recently set out to write an article on the subject. Read more »
You know you’re supposed to network. You know you need to network. You’re a networking believer! But the thought of actually networking sends chills down your spine. Read more »