A summary of how AAUW’s issues fared in 2007.
Summary of AAUW NC posts, Nov. 13 – Dec. 6, 2007.
The Winter issue of the AAUW NC newsletter, the Tar Heel News, has gone to press. This is a limited edition that will be mailed to branch and state leaders, but all are welcome to the electronic copy.
This issue has important information on the 2008 convention, notes on national priorities and how the states/branches can help further those goals, and more.
Information from NC Women United, including a link to an op-ed piece on funding for abstinence-only sex education, a link to the NC NOW reproductive rights signature ad, and information on a Charlotte/Mecklenburg Women’s Summit.
Pat from FairerScience.Org will be on a panel at the second annual Science Blogging Conference, here in RTP on Jan. 19.
For more on the conference see www.scienceblogging.com â€” and while youâ€™re there contemplate what an AAUW meeting would look like if run as an â€œun-conferenceâ€.
Invitation to the Holiday Party and Auction on November 18, Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m. in the Board Room of Onslow Memorial Hospital and more.
The Wilmington Branch will hold its annual Holiday Luncheon on Saturday, December 15, 12 noon at the Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort, 1706 N. Lumina Avenue, Wrightsville Beach.
Eleanora E. Tate, the author of Celesteâ€™s Harlem Renaissance, received the AAUW Juvenile Literature Award at a the meeting of the NC Literary and Historical Society in Asheville on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Summary of AAUW NC posts, Nov. 1 – Nov. 12, 2007
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