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5 Things You Can Do to Get Out the Midterm Vote

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AAUW and the AAUW Action Fund are renewing our efforts in 2014 for the critical midterm elections — a time when young women are not as likely to vote as in presidential election years. Read more »

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Office Hours

C/U Office Hours: Plan for 2014–15 Programming

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Join AAUW college/university chairs and member leaders on September 23 at 7 p.m. EDT for an office hours-style conference call to discuss what gender equity programs you can launch on campus for the 2014–15 school year. Read more »

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Career and Workplace i

Beatrice Tinsley

This Astronomer Had to Make the Hardest Career Choice

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Imagine if you and your partner were both brilliant minds in the same field, but because you were refused any official academic appointment near home, you had to choose between your family and your career. Read more »

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What the Fight for Grass at the Women’s World Cup Says to Girls

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If grass is the field of choice for the men’s cup, then why will the Women’s World Cup in 2015 be played in stadiums that have turf? Could the answer be as simple as sexism? Read more »

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Education i

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7 Teacher Resources That Address Gender Equality

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Teaching women’s issues doesn’t have to be saved for Women’s History Month. In that spirit, we’ve pulled together some of our resources that can help educators engage students in important conversations about gender. Read more »

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Leadership i

Former National Student Advisory Council member Elba Moise introduces Chelsea Clinton at NCCWSL 2014.

Next Year, This Could Be You: My Journey on the Student Advisory Council

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I successfully applied to be a member of AAUW’s National Student Advisory Council (SAC). Months later, that decision brought me to Washington, D.C., to join other amazing women at the SAC kickoff leadership retreat. Read more »

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