Tar Heel News
The Front Page Plus
- Mark your calendars for AAUW NC 2004 Convention
- Convention will be preceded by a Student Leaders' Conference. Find out how
your branch can participate.
- Brevard and Jacksonville garner recognition
- Find out more about the Brevard and Jacksonville projects in their 21st Century
Recognition Program applications.
[A continuation of an article in the Fall
- Foothills Cluster Meeting: November 15
- Speakers, fellowship and energy!
- Call for nominations for Membership VP and
- The start of the process for elections at the March Convention.
- Winston-Salem starts new initiative: November
- A planning meeting for a series of online meetings designed to take diversity
to the next level will be led by Winston-Salem member Lara Lee.
Public Policy Highlights
- AAUW support of United Nations aids Women and
- Shirley Quisenberry calls for attention to this issue.
- Advancing Justice through DNA Technology
- Head Start
- Federal Judicial Nominees
- Update on Pickering and Estrada
- School Vouchers
- No Child Left Behind
- News from NC Women United
- Alerts on NC issues, events and general information from our coalition partners
- Links to take action on federal priorities
AAUW NC Reports
Branch News and Events
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