You can find information about the six AAUW Fellows at North Carolina institutions here: Fellows directory at aauw.org The contact information of six of them is provided to North Carolina branches who want to invite them to speak or otherwise contact them for AAUW purposes. Your branch president should have received this information in late summer.…
The AAUW Statesville branch and Reading is Fundamental have partnered for more than 30 years to get books into the homes of children who might not have them otherwise.
Congratulations and welcome to the 2013-2014 AAUW fellows who are studying in North Carolina.
The Late Summer 2013 issue of the Tar Heel News — covering public policy projects, the fall regional meetings, reports from the national convention, and more.
Thanks to Susanne Rolland and her team from AAUW Brevard for this summary of 2013 legislation related to education: Quality Public Education: Endangered in North Carolina?.
AAUW NC will host three regional meetings this fall. Register for one or more of the meetings For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 866-525-2155 and someone will get back to you. Contacts for specific meetings are listed below. The meetings will start at 10 am and end by 2 pm. Eastern:…
Mid-summer update to the branches.
On July 20, 2013 women from across the state came together to react to the 2013 session of the General Assembly and make plans for the future. We all left understanding that the problems are so large, and the resources few — but if we bring to bear the power of the coalition, we can move forward together.
Summary of the contributions AAUW NC members made to AAUW (501c3) and the AAUW Action Fund (501c4) during 2012.