Serve on a Review Panel
Finding Future Fellows & Grantees
Would you like to contribute to women’s advancement in education and the workplace? One way you can do that is by serving on one of AAUW’s review panels, which are responsible for helping to choose the next recipients of our Fellowships and Grants programs.
WHO: We seek panelists for our American Fellowships, Career Development Grants, Community Action Grants, International Fellowships, International Project Grants, Research Publication Grants in Engineering, Medicine and Science and Selected Professions Fellowships.
WHAT: Panelists review and discuss applications to recommend awardees to AAUW.
WHEN: Panelists’ terms are two years and begin January 1 of each year.
HOW: Prospective panelists must complete an application form by October 31. Forms submitted after that date will be held for future appointments.
All panelists should have a commitment to advancing gender equity in higher academic, the professions, and/or the community.
American Fellowships, Career Development Grants, International Fellowships, Research Publication Grants in Engineering, Medicine and Science and Selected Professions Fellowships panelists should have a doctoral or professional degree and be currently employed.
Community Action Grants and International Project Grants panelists should have experience in grant writing and/or grant administration, including evaluation and selection, and in planning and budgeting for similar projects and programs. They should also have knowledge of contemporary career areas for women and equity issues for women and girls. And they should have a strong grasp of institutions of higher education, financial concerns of returning women students and accreditation requirements.
AAUW values and seeks diversity in its appointments. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AAUW Review Panel ApplicationPlease tell us about yourself and why you wish to serve on an AAUW review panel. How can you help women break through barriers to achievement in education and the workplace?
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