AAUW NC supports a project at UNC Chapel Hill to prevent and end interpersonal violence on campus and in the community.
Update on the food choices at the 2015 annual meeting in Greensboro.
AAUW’s national public policy principles have long supported the ERA. This resolution provides AAUW of North Carolina the opportunity to explicitly support that and encourage the General Assembly’s ratification of the amendment.
The official “membership count” for AAUW branches occurs on February 1. Here is the history of NC branches since 2012.
The AAUW of North Carolina Policy Statement, the policies and procedures that extend the bylaws, was last revised in October 2009. That means it is out of date with significant changes in both the national and state bylaws. An effort started in the fall of 2013 to bring it up to date. This page documents…
Candidates for the positions of president and branch advocate on the AAUW NC board.