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The Simple Truth

Before I started working at AAUW, I never really gave much thought to the gender pay gap. Sure, I knew it existed. I knew the numbers — women make 77 cents, on average, for every dollar earned by men — and I wasn’t pleased about it, but that was about the extent of my concern. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   2 Comments   |   April 12, 2012

Following the Fellows of the 1950s

We invite you once again to look back at the history of AAUW’s famous and influential fellows — this time, we’ll focus on the exciting work of alumnae in the 1950s. Read more »

1993–94 AAUW Selected Professions Fellow Suzette Malveaux

Meet Suzette Malveaux: Civil Rights Lawyer

AAUW continues to stand behind the women of Wal-Mart because we firmly believe in protecting the rights of Americans to bring class-action suits against discriminatory employers. That’s why I asked former civil rights lawyer and 1993–94 AAUW Selected Professions Fellow Suzette Malveaux her professional opinion on Wal-Mart v. Dukes. Read more »

Meet Anamarija Frankić: Ecologist and Steward

While completing her master’s degree in ecology and limnology (freshwater science) at the University of Zagreb in Croatia, 1995–96 AAUW International Fellow Anamarija Frankić spent five years working as an ecologist for the Plitvice Lakes, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites and one of the oldest national parks in Croatia. Read more »

Blog   |   Education & Training   |   August 03, 2011

Vancouver Members Take Action Mentoring Fifth-Graders

Fifth grade can be a rough year for anyone, but having an AAUW member as a mentor helps make the transition to middle school a little bit easier. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   1 Comments   |   July 18, 2011

Oregon Branches Fly High with WINGS

  This is the second post in a series featuring the 2011 Breaking through Barriers Award winners, which were announced at the 2011 AAUW National Convention. Part 1  |  Part […] Read more »

Blog   |   Education & Training   |   July 11, 2011