AAUW offers educational funding to promising women each year in seven categories of fellowships and grants. Learn more about the opportunities and deadlines.
AAUW has a proud heritage of helping women pursue higher education, tracing back to a time when few women had that opportunity.
Olamide Opadokun, a 2018-19 AAUW International Fellow, believes clean-energy technology is critical to ensuring a healthy planet.
Esther Ngumbi, assistant professor of entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, studies sustainable crop growth and environmentally friendly insecticides. She launched her career with the help of a…
Black history scholar and 2018-19 AAUW American Fellow Mary Phillips says it’s a misconception that women played a limited role in the Black Panther Party.
Rachael Rollins is the first woman elected to the role of district attorney in Boston and the first woman of color to hold that job in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
AAUW branches and states provide funding for local scholarship programs across the U.S. for qualified women.
A well-written grant or fellowship proposal can make your funding request shine.
For more than 130 years, AAUW has funded the education of countless women so they could follow their dreams.
AAUW's Eleanor Roosevelt Fund Award honors an individual, project, organization or institution for outstanding contributions to equality and education for women and girls.