Casandra Rauser

Selecting the Next Generation of Innovators

Our new class of AAUW fellowships and grants recipients may very well deliver award-winning authors, inventors, or Nobel Prize winners, and we look forward to supporting their careers. But we […] Read more »

Jessica Jennrich

How to Be Smart with Your Money

  Happy Financial Literacy Month! Wait, you didn’t know April is National Financial Literacy Month? Well, neither did we until recently, which is why we’re telling everyone — but especially […] Read more »

Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak

No Such Thing as “Separate Women’s Rights”: Ukraine’s Feminism

One common criticism of feminism is that its definition as it is traditionally understood in the United States has been exported to — and often imposed on — non-Western countries. […] Read more »

Global Girl Media

Girls Reshaping the Media

  Media. We’re surrounded by it every day — images, sound bites, a radio playing in the background at the office. When it’s all around us all the time, how […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   March 20, 2013

Four Reasons to Thank the Women of the Bread and Roses Strike

Today is the 101st anniversary of a pivotal moment in labor and female workers’ rights. Not a day you have marked on your calendars? It should be. The Lawrence Strike […] Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   1 Comments   |   March 13, 2013

The Past Is Not Quiet: Documenting the Truth

  “The past is not quiet. We need to honestly talk about what really happened because other people do remember,” says Trudy Huskamp Peterson, one of the world’s leading human […] Read more »

Meet Your MAKERS

What will you be watching tomorrow night?  We suggest turning the channel or setting your DVR to record PBS’ new documentary MAKERS: Women Who Make America, which premieres February 26 […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   4 Comments   |   February 25, 2013

Demarginalizing African American Pop Music

Some people choose to stay in their comfort zones, while others live on the edge. Then there are the people who completely rethink the edge and don’t just jump off […] Read more »

Blog   |   Education & Training   |   February 20, 2013

Meet erin Khue Ninh: Asian American Lit Scholar

“They say all our work is autobiographical,” says professor and writer erin Khue Ninh. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   1 Comments   |   January 30, 2013

Meet Steffi Domike: Artist and Activist

On September 11, 1973, one country’s world was turned upside down. Known domestically as “el otro once de septiembre” (“the other September 11”), that day on the Chilean calendar marks […] Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   1 Comments   |   January 23, 2013