AAUW and AAUW Action Fund present 2016 presidential debate bingo (#AAUWdebates)

See Where Presidential Candidates Stand — Play Debate Bingo with AAUW!

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   4 Comments   |   September 07, 2016

We’ve created bingo cards with some of the key words women and girls want to hear from both candidates during the course of the debates. Simply print out a card, grab your favorite marker, and you’re ready to play. Read more »

How a Lockheed Engineer Makes Time to Volunteer with Girls 21September

Tech Trek campers examine a robot at a 2016 New Mexico Tech Trek camp sponsored by Lockheed Martin.
Blog   |   Education   |   September 21, 2016

With more dedicated volunteers like Lockheed Martin employee Alison Nordt, we can hope to see more girls than ever grow up to be aerospace engineers, astronauts, and tech company CEOs. Read more »

Meet PowerPlay NYC: Inspiring Futures for Girls of Color 09September

PowerPlay NYC (Nike)
Blog   |   Community   |   September 09, 2016

AAUW is helping the next generation of superstars emerge through Title IX advocacy and Community Action Grants. Read more »

How to Speak Up against Everyday Bias 02September

a young woman giving the time-out signal
Blog   |   Advocacy   |   1 Comments   |   September 02, 2016

Ever wondered how to respond to the sexism you see in your daily life, in person and online? Here’s how to take a stand. Read more »

Catching Up with AAUW National Student Advisory Council Alumnae 31August

Benita Robinson, AAUW National Student Advisory Council Member 2002–2003
Blog   |   Campus   |   August 31, 2016

Since 2002, exceptional college students have served on AAUW’s National Student Advisory Council (SAC), helping to shape students into leaders and giving alumnae the confidence to change the world. Read more »

I’m a Korean American Woman in Politics, and Biases Won’t Stop Me 22August

2015–16 National Student Advisory Council Member Na-Yeon Park holds up a sign with AAUW on it.

The stereotype of Korean people — especially women — being “shy and quiet” has followed me ever since I was a child and, as I grew up, led others to ignore my leadership potential. Instead of being asked to lead, I was the person asked for help with math problems. Read more »

Leadership Lessons from Equity’s Women of Wall Street 12August

Women-in-Media_cropped
Blog   |   Leadership   |   August 12, 2016

In 2015, only 5 percent of the companies in the Standard and Poor’s 500 index had female CEOs. We see this inequity reflected on the big screen also. Trading Places, […] Read more »

Women to Watch in the Rio Olympics 10August

By The White House from Washington, DC (P102715LJ-0329) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Blog   |   Community   |   August 10, 2016

Though women outnumber men on Team USA, they represent only an estimated 45 percent of all competitors this year. With 32 fewer events for women in Rio (169 for men […] Read more »

Our Favorite Takeaways from the 2016 Conventions 04August

Balloons drop from the ceiling at the end of the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Image by Lorie Shaull, Flickr Creative Commons.
Blog   |   August 04, 2016

Both parties have wrapped up their conventions and named their official nominees. Now the real work begins. Read more »

The Supreme Court’s Empty Seat and 2015–16 Term 04August

Supreme Court building
Blog   |   Advocacy   |   1 Comments   |   August 04, 2016

This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court decided several landmark cases that will impact the rights of women and girls across the country for years to come. But the term will be remembered for the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Because the U.S. Senate has so far refused to consider President Obama’s nominee to fill Scalia’s seat, the court was forced to make most of its major decisions with only eight justices. Read more »