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4 Ways Young Women Can Take Action on Education Equity

Whether you are teaching a young girl the importance of speaking up or reaching out to Title IX coordinators on your campus, know that there are ways to overcome sex discrimination for all women in schools. Read more »

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4 Must-Read Books by AAUW Fellows

Need a good book? Look no further! Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   1 Comments   |   June 03, 2015
Asali stands in front of a train station outside.

“Disgruntled” Author on Girls in Literature, Alienation, and Tolstoy

2001–02 AAUW American Fellow Asali Solomon referenced Leo Tolstoy when describing the plot for her debut novel, Disgruntled. Tolstoy said, “All great literature is one of two stories; a man […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   April 29, 2015
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How to Fall in Love with Computer Science, from a Professor

“Computer science isn’t just something you’re born being able to do or not. Everyone struggles.” Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   April 22, 2015
Jean Hunleth stands in a field of grass in Africa.

How Anthropology Can Transform Global Health Efforts

As the largest Ebola outbreak in history claims thousands of lives and developing countries continue to fight tuberculosis and HIV and AIDS crises, many of us wonder: Are we approaching […] Read more »

Girls in the ECO Girls program visit a local farmers market.

What Learning about the Earth Can Do for a Girl

This AAUW grantee founded an organization to build girls’ confidence and consciousness by helping them interact with the ecological community around them. Read more »

1935-36 AAUW Fellow Dr. Erzsébet Kol in a lab full of glass bottles

AAUW’s Support of Hungarian Scientists

Last year AAUW began a collaboration with the Alcoa Foundation to encourage new generations of scientists, engineers, and mathematicians and to extend our own successful STEM programs to sites where […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   February 06, 2015
Mercy Chikoko's graduate research

How to Make Sure Your Grassroots Project Can Survive after You Move On

So you launched a grassroots project. Maybe you even scored grant funding. But how can you make sure your project will last for years to come? Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 19, 2014
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The Science of Feeding the Hungry in India

Before AAUW alumna Kamala Sohoni was on the amazing team that launched India’s first interplanetary mission craft to Mars this year, her research in nutrition would lead to a crucial finding. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   November 13, 2014
Laura Puaca

Technocratic Feminism: How Gender Equality Can Win a War

By drawing the argument for gender equality away from the abstract ideas of equality and justice, feminists in times of crisis argued for equal treatment as a technological and economic win for everyone. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 03, 2014