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New AAUW Report Reveals the Barriers and Biases That Limit Women Leaders and Society

The report demonstrates how that gender leadership gap limits both women and our society and details real solutions for lawmakers, industry leaders, and everyday Americans. Read more »

Article   |   Leadership   |   March 29, 2016
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AAUW Convenes Panel on the Current Status of Women in Leadership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Experts to Discuss Findings from a New AAUW Report at the Newseum Media Contacts: Lisa Goodnight 202.785.7738 On March 30, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) […] Read more »

Article   |   Leadership   |   March 24, 2016
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8 Women, 8 Different Ways to Lead with AAUW

Check out these eight AAUW stars who are proving that women can be powerful leaders on campus and beyond. The face of leadership doesn’t have to be male. Read more »

Article   |   Leadership   |   March 23, 2016
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Why We Need to Stop Equating Leadership with Masculinity

What’s really going on when we assume that people in powerful positions are men? Why does this happen, and what does it mean about how we perceive women leaders? AAUW’s new research report finds that the reasons why we equate men and masculinity with leadership has little do with facts and a lot to do with stereotypes and assumptions. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   March 18, 2016
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8 Easy Steps to Your Best Résumé and Cover Letter

Everyone has a different opinion about what your résumé and cover letter should look like, but certain strategies can make your application stand out across the board. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   March 15, 2016
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A Feminist Mother-Daughter Dream Team

Feminism has influenced National Student Advisory Council Member Theresa Johnson in many great ways, but most of all it has helped shape her relationship with her daughter. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   February 18, 2016
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Black Women in Politics: From Social Mobilizing to Elected Office

When it comes to civic participation and mobilization, black women are leading the way. But they remain severely underrepresented in electoral politics. Read more »

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4 Reasons Why Student Athletes Are Political Front-Runners

While Title IX prevents sexual discrimination in all areas of education, the law is best known for ensuring gender equity in women’s athletics. The critical law has empowered millions of […] Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   January 21, 2016
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Finding Community and Belonging with AAUW

As a transfer student and new mom, Theresa Johnson wasn’t sure how going back to college would be. But the sense of community she found with AAUW has given her new friendships and opportunities that go beyond her dreams. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   January 12, 2016
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Your Guide to Awkward Family Conversations about Sexism

What do you say when your sister says, “I wouldn’t vote for a woman president. They’re too sensitive!” Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   2 Comments   |   December 17, 2015