YWTF members holding signs promoting equity and feminism

AAUW EmpoWer Professional Networking Event

The American Association of University Women (AAUW), the nation’s leading organization for advancing equity for women and girls, invites you to its inaugural EmpoWer networking event for professional women. Read more »

Event   |   July 26, 2017
Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family (book cover) by Amy Ellis Nutt

Join AAUW’s Book Discussion Webinar with the Author of Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family

When Wayne and Kelly Maines adopted identical twin boys, they thought their lives were complete. But it wasn’t long before they noticed a marked difference between Jonas and his brother, Wyatt. By the time the twins were toddlers, confusion over Wyatt’s insistence that he was female began to tear the family apart. Read more »

Event   |   Community   |   June 21, 2017
Deeper in Debt: Women and Student Loans research report cover

Watch the Research Launch of “Deeper in Debt: Women and Student Loans”

AAUW’s new research report, Deeper in Debt: Women and Student Loans, takes a close look at the disproportionate effects of student debt on women. Our research launch will feature a presentation of the findings by report author Kevin Miller, Ph.D., followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session. Read more »

Event   |   Education & Training   |   May 24, 2017
This Mother's Day, mothers deserve equal pay shareable #momsequalpay

Moms Deserve More than 71 Cents to the Dollar! Join the #MomsEqualPay Day Twitter Storm

Think we were done when we celebrated Equal Pay Day back in April? We wish! It takes almost five months of extra work for the median pay of mothers to catch up to the pay that working fathers. Read more »

Event   |   Advocacy   |   May 23, 2017
"Re Jane" by Patricia Park Book Cover

Join Our Online Book Discussion with the Author of Re Jane: A Novel

Join us as we talk with 2013–14 AAUW American Fellow Patricia Park about her book Re Jane, a “breezy, engaging” first novel that “grapples with real issues of identity, race, and culture from global and historical perspectives.” Read more »

Event   |   Community   |   May 2, 2017
A group of young women stand around an AAUW banner.

Recruitment Webinar: Attracting Members in Their Twenties and Thirties

AAUW has something to offer women in your community, but how do you find them, and how do you get them to join? Attend our webinar April 25 to explore how to recruit women in their twenties and thirties to join your branch. Read more »

Event   |   Leadership   |   April 25, 2017
Tired of sexism? AAUW collaborated with Loose Films to create a video that depicts young women who have internalized the sexism they face on a daily basis.

Tune In for Our Panel on How to #StandUptoSexism

AAUW’s #StandUptoSexism campaign sparked lively conversation on social media, in the news, and in communities. AAUW and NYU Washington, DC, convened a series of panel conversations to keep this important dialogue going both online and off. Read more »

Event   |   Advocacy   |   April 14, 2017
"Celebrate" Equal Pay Day with AAUW on Twitter

“Celebrate” Equal Pay Day with AAUW on Twitter!

Time: 2–3 p.m. ET Location: On Twitter! Follow @AAUW and @AAUWPolicy. Cost: Free Event Description It’s that time of year again — soon women will come together to “celebrate” Equal Pay Day. The typical woman […] Read more »

Event   |   Advocacy   |   April 4, 2017
Cover art for research agenda designed to help researchers and funders establish priorities for their work on gender in engineering and computing.

Webinar: What We Still Need to Know about Women in Computing and Engineering

On March 31 AAUW will release A Research Agenda on Gender in Computing and Engineering, the conclusion of a multiyear, National Science Foundation-funded AAUW research project headlined by AAUW’s 2015 research report Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing. Read more »

Event   |   Career and Workplace   |   March 31, 2017
(Book cover) Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World by Linda Hirshman

Online Chat with the Author of a New Book on Justices O’Connor and Ginsburg

Celebrate Women’s History Month by reading Sisters in Law, Linda Hirshman’s dual biography of Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read more »

Event   |   Community   |   March 28, 2017