2018 State Convention Presentation from Chief Executive Officer Kimberly Churches

Hear special announcements from Chief Executive Officer Kimberly Churches about AAUW’s reorganization, new leadership, budgeting, and more. Read more »

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Volunteer Application for National Committees and Task Forces

AAUW is looking for enthusiastic, responsible members to carry out the vital work of our committees and task forces. Applications close May 5, 2018, at 5:30pm ET. Read more »

2017 AAUW National Election Results

Every two years AAUW’s national election offers members the chance to share their opinions on proposed amendments to the AAUW Bylaws, Public Policy Priorities, and resolutions as well as to select the members of the national AAUW Board of Directors. The 2017 election was a great success with 11.49 percent of our members voting. Read more »

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2018 AAUW National Bylaws Amendment Vote

It’s your AAUW, so your voice counts. Review AAUW’s bylaws, learn about candidates for election to the Board of Directors, get answers to frequently asked questions, and much more. Read more »

AAUW National Bylaws Amendment Vote FAQ

Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the 2018 AAUW Bylaws Amendment Vote process. Read more »

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How to Foster a Bylaws Amendment Discussion at Your Branch Meeting

Just as advocacy issue forums allow for community dialogue on current events or issues of relevance to AAUW we recommend you host an AAUW Bylaws amendment discussion at a branch meeting to facilitate debate and an exchange of viewpoints. Read more »

Turn Your Branch Meeting into a Polling Place!

Designate one or two of your branch meetings between April 25 and June 4 as AAUW Bylaws Amendment Voting Days. Read more »

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AAUW Annual Art Contest Rules

The AAUW Art Contest is designed to encourage members to use their creativity and promote women artists. Get instructions for how to participate and how to vote. Read more »

Make a Gift to AAUW through an IRA Charitable Rollover

You believe in empowering women and girls to reach their greatest potential in a more equitable world. Now you can advance that vision in a new way. Read more »

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Spencer v. Virginia State University: A Case on Gender Equity in Academia

As the Gender Equity Task Force chair at Virginia State University (VSU), Zoe Spencer, Ph.D., was charged with identifying deficits in gender equity, but when she did she was met with resistance. Read more »