Newsletters and magazines

Spotlight on STEM E-newsletter

Spotlight on STEM is a quarterly newsletter for AAUW members across the country working to encourage girls and women to study science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). It features updates from AAUW headquarters, upcoming STEM activities for girls, and resources for activists and other women in STEM fields.

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E-mail
Frequency:
Quarterly
Who receives it?
AAUW STEM chairs, Tech Trek and Tech Savvy chairs, and subscribers
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Out in Force Newsletter

AAUW’s Trailblazers is a quarterly resource for young women of post-college age, including Younger Women’s Task Force (YWTF) members. It delivers information on issues young activist women care about, shares upcoming AAUW events, highlights women around the country who are making a difference, and provides engagement opportunities.

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E-mail
Frequency:
Quarterly
Who receives it?
Younger Women’s Task Force members and AAUW supporters in the YWTF demographic.

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Washington Update E-bulletin

Washington Update offers an insider’s view on the legislative process, the latest public policy news, resources for advocates, programming ideas, and updates from the AAUW Public Policy and Government Relations Department.

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E-mail
Frequency:
Weekly
Who receives it?
Subscribers
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AAUW Outlook Spring/Summer 2014: Working Parents

It’s not just Scandinavia that has better maternity leave than we do. It’s every industrialized country on the planet. Read more »

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AAUW Outlook Winter 2014: Closer to Equality

Coming Out at Work: “You’re gay? You’re fired.” In 29 states, this reasoning is perfectly legal — which is why it took Samantha 12 years to summon the courage to come out to her co-workers. Read more »

AAUW Outlook Fall 2013: Going Global

At AAUW, we’re growing into a more global organization every day. We know that you share our commitment and deep concerns about women and girls everywhere. Read more »

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AAUW Outlook Spring/Summer 2013: Leading Across Generations

Leading Across Genderations: Here at AAUW, we’ve always been good at identifying and rallying around issues that affect women in all stages of life. Whether it’s our branch members fighting for local girls’ rights under Title IX or our college members speaking up about equal pay, our intergenerational advocacy is something that makes us stronger. Read more »

AAUW Outlook Winter 2013: Graduating to a Pay Gap

AAUW released a new research report analyzing the status of the pay gap between men and women one year out of college. We found that the pay gap has an immediate effect on women’s lives. Read more »

AAUW Outlook Magazine Fall 2012: Getting Women to the Polls

AAUW Volunteers Mobilize Women Voters: All over the country, AAUW members are doing grassroots work to inspire women to exercise their voting rights on Election Day.
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AAUW Outlook Magazine — Fall 2011

Volume 105, No. 3 Retire — Who Me? Women over 65 are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce by rate of increase. Find out why so many retirement-age women are […] Read more »