Paige Robnett

Paige Robnett

College/University Relations Manager

Paige Robnett is former Manager, AAUW Campus Initiatives. She has a bachelor’s degree in communication and women’s studies from Denison University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in public administration at the George Washington University. She organized strategy for recruiting and engaging college/university members and also managed the National Student Advisory Council, Campus Action Project grants, and AAUW student organizations. Paige has experience in strategic program management, communications, and event coordination. She loves promoting feminist issues and her passion for community outreach, student engagement, and women's leadership development drives her work at AAUW. In her free time she enjoys playing pickup basketball and exploring Washington, D.C., on her bike.
 

Work by Paige Robnett

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3 Ways You Can Recruit E-Student Associates

Whether you’re an AAUW member who lives near campus, a professor teaching a class related to AAUW issues, or a director in the student life office, you have the opportunity to tell students how they can connect with our community, on and off campus. Read more »

Resource   |   October 02, 2013
UCLA student organization members tabling on campus.

AAUW Student Organizations: Frequently Asked Questions

Interested in empowering women in your campus and community? Do you want a great leadership experience for your résumé? Then you should start an AAUW student organization to take advantage of all the resources and connections that AAUW has to offer. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions about AAUW student orgs. Read more »

Resource   |   September 10, 2013
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Extra Credit! Ask Your Alma Mater to Join AAUW

“I wish I had known about AAUW when I was in college.” We hear this all the time from AAUW members who never knew their alma maters were AAUW members. You can help make your alma matter a member. Here’s how. Read more »

Resource   |   August 28, 2013
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3 Tips for Involving Your Local College in Your Branch

July is an exciting time of year for someone like me. As a university administrator, I waste no time scheduling meetings with program collaborators and booking rooms for events that will take place in March or April. Now is a good time to think about how your branch or state will work with local colleges and universities. Here are three important things to keep in mind when planning for the 2013–14 school year. Read more »

Article   |   Campus   |   August 01, 2013
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Using AAUW Online Resources in the Classroom

While you think about applying for educational funding and campus leadership programs in the fall, we hope that you’ll also consider other ways that AAUW can support your campus. Our research and other resources may be the perfect addition to syllabi, class discussions, or student projects. I had a chance to catch up with a college student and an instructor about how AAUW resources can play a role in the classroom. Read more »

Article   |   Campus   |   July 26, 2013
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AAUW Student Join Flyer

The AAUW student flyer outlines the services provided to students that join AAUW. You can learn about the student programs that foster leadership and advocacy skills and the funding and […] Read more »

Resource   |   April 23, 2013

AAUW College/University Membership: Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to frequently asked questions about AAUW College/University Membership. Read more »

Resource   |   February 04, 2013

Meet Former Student Advisory Council Members

Meet the ten college students of the 2012-13 Student Advisory Council (SAC) who advise AAUW about student programs, work to improve equality for women on their campuses, and help lead various programs at the annual National Conference for College Women Student Leaders. Read more »

Resource   |   Leadership   |   October 01, 2012