2007–08 AAUW Selected Professions Fellow Unoma Okorafor

Seeking Success for Girls in STEM

“Men need to understand the value of women and become advocates,” says Unoma Okorafor. ”Only then will we be able to expand the conversation.” Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   October 04, 2016
Tech Trek campers examine a robot at a 2016 New Mexico Tech Trek camp sponsored by Lockheed Martin.

How a Lockheed Engineer Makes Time to Volunteer with Girls

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 »

Blog   |   Education   |   1 Comments   |   September 21, 2016
Doctorate degree, mortarboard, and tassle

A Guide to Navigating Doctoral Programs for Women of Color

This webinar is an open panel discussion for women who are interested in entering a doctoral program specifically in areas that are male dominated and/or lack colorful representation. Read more »

Event   |   Education   |   October 18, 2016
Women in India wearing googles and using fire tools to burn glass.

International Project Grants: Funds to Help You Support Women and Girls in Your Home Country

Regsiter for our webinar to learn more about International Project Grants, the application process, and ways that you can strengthen your application. Read more »

Event   |   Education   |   October 17, 2016

Newly Released Data Shed Light on Sexual Harassment in U.S. Public Education

“The information provided in the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) is vital to promoting Title IX compliance in local communities and finding out which schools don’t appear to be following the law.” Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   July 13, 2016
Woman raising her hand in a classroom.

Two-Thirds of Public Schools Reported Zero Incidents of Sexual Harassment in 2013–14

AAUW has reviewed the U.S. Department of Education’s recently released Civil Rights Data Collection for 2013–14 to find out how often sexual harassment and gender-based bullying are reported in U.S. public schools. AAUW found that more than two-thirds reported zero allegations of sexual harassment or bullying during the 2013–14 school year. Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   July 12, 2016
2016-17 Career Development Grantee Ishah Dominguez

Advancing Their Education, Serving Their Communities: AAUW 2016–17 Fellows and Grantees

AAUW’s fellowships and grants have provided more than $100 million to more than 12,000 women and projects from 140 countries since 1888. For the 2016–17 academic year alone, more than 230 women and community projects serving women and girls will receive $3.7 million. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   1 Comments   |   July 01, 2016
Middle school aged girls attending AAUW Tech Savvy in Pittsburgh (PA) wearing hardhats, googles, lab coats, and magnifying glass.

Inspiring Tomorrow’s Innovators at AAUW Tech Savvy in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh’s AAUW Tech Savvy students may create the next great STEM innovation. Those breakthroughs could revolutionize the technology, engineering, or manufacturing industries — and the cities that rely upon them. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   June 03, 2016
Jordan Mader, left and Meredith Coil build a gumdrop bridge during the Tech Savvy workshop, at Ohio University May 17, 2014. The event exposes girls from sixth through ninth grade to the field of science, technology, engineering and math. Photo by Ohio University / Jonathan Adams

5 Ways to Support a Future STEM Rockstar with AAUW and FabLab

Don’t miss the latest updates from FabLab and AAUW! Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   May 24, 2016
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AAUW Statement in Support of Guidance to Ensure the Civil Rights of Transgender Students

Transgender students have the same rights as their peers, and AAUW supports this guidance, which will help schools make that promise a reality. Read more »